SOMERS, N.Y. -- IBM plans to sell its campus in Somers next year, according to a report from Tap into Somers.
The report cited a relocation of the staff to IBM's Armonk headquarters from an internal memo that the publication obtained. There is no mention of a move and sale on IBM's website or in its recent regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
IBM's Somers campus is on a large parcel bounded by Routes 100 and 116. It features office buildings on a hill that have pyramid-shaped tops, which can be seen from vantage points in Goldens Bridge and Carmel, among others.
If IBM departs from Somers, it would be the town's second big corporate departure in two years.
Beverage and snacks conglomerate PepsiCo opted to move its employees out of Somers, where it had a presence in various forms since the 1980s, and relocate them to southern Westchester. That campus was bought last year by a limited liability company that is linked to Mexican business tycoon Carlos Slim. It is not clear what plans the new owner has for the property.
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