Greenwich-based Granoff Architects is celebrating its 25th year of operation this month, the company recently announced.
The firm, founded in 1989, is recently responsible for the design of the high-profile Chase Bank building at 111 W. Putnam Ave. in Greenwich, which opened in November. Granoff has a staff of 25 architects, interior designers and landscape architects that work on projects including corporate office spaces, apartment buildings, stores, luxury homes and restaurants, mostly in the New York City metropolitan area.
The full-service design firm has worked for companies in the region including PepsiCo, BNY Mellon, New York Athletic Club and Louis Dreyfus. It also has completed national projects.
“I am thrilled to be celebrating this major milestone in Granoff Architects’ history,” said Richard Granoff, founding partner, in a statement. “I am extremely thankful to my incredibly talented team, loyal clients and to the local real estate community for their support.”
Granoff Architects is based on West Putnam Avenue in Greenwich.