The four-floor office building at 110 N. Fulton Ave. that since 2016 has housed SS&C Technologies’ Evansville operations is leasing its top two floors.
SS&C’s arrival at the property seven years ago was a big occasion, with ceremonies that drew then-Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as well as Bill Stone, an Evansville native and the company’s founder, president, and CEO.
Based in Windsor, Connecticut, SS&C sells software, as well as accounting and software services, for the financial industry. SS&C had a presence at two Evansville locations prior to 2016, but the move to the former Sterling Brewery site brought the company’s local workforce under one roof.
Stone was quoted at the time saying the company employed 211 people in Evansville and wanted to grow. SS&C staff occupied the first and second floors.
“They had plans to expand to the third floor, but I think COVID put the brakes on that and changed trajectory,” says John Rogers, vice president of Jack Rogers Realtors, Inc., which is leasing the available space.
While SS&C maintains first- and second-floor offices for employees, the top two — at 25,000 square feet each — are open. The realty company “has some leads,” Rogers says. “It’s definitely been a bit more challenging for large office space users in the post-COVID world, but I think we’re past the inflection point on that.”