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OneStream Software LLC, a corporate financial software company which allows users to “unify financial consolidation, planning, reporting and analysis through a single, extensible platform.” has opened its new headquarters in downtown Birmingham, at 191 Chester Street, in the former First Church of Christ Scientist building. The building, a Georgian limestone church first built in 1927, closed a few years ago, and was purchased by the late developer Jeffrey Surnow of The Surnow Group, whose sons completed the contemporary renovation with three-story glass and a lobby that extends to the property line. OneStream Software is inhabiting the entire 23,000 square foot building, which will serve as its corporate headquarters and “collaboration center” beyond its two Rochester offices. “We are excited to expand our Michigan roots with a new, cutting-edge facility designed with an intentional focus on sustainability while enabling collaboration and innovation across teams,” OneStream CFO Bill Koefoed said in a release. The company currently has 1,200 employees spread out over 20 countries. The new building will have space for about 150 employees, and is a state-of-the-art facility, employing 100 percent LED lighting, polished concrete flooring and numerous other “sustainable design elements” such as a heating/cooling system designed to consume up to 22 percent less energy than traditional systems, according to the release. 


Business Matters for the Birmingham - Bloomfield area are reported by Lisa Brody. Send items for consideration to Items should be received three weeks prior to publication.


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