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Boutique Law Firm Relocates to Rudin’s 641 Lex

The New York office of Cresa has arranged the relocation of Hiller PC to 641 Lexington Ave. between 54th and 55th streets. The boutique law firm, widely-known for its representation of medicinal cannabis advocacy cases, also handles land use, zoning and preservation matters.

Advising the law firm in leasing the approximately 6,690-square foot, full-floor office space on 641 Lexington’s 29th floor was Cresa VP Leslie Keidan. Building owner Rudin Management was represented in-house by SVP Rob Steinman.

“Hiller PC required larger space to accommodate its growing staff,” said Keidan. “We found conveniently-located offices that met their requirements not only on location but in terms of the quality of the building and landlord. Rob Steinman was a pleasure to work with.”

The firm will take possession of the new space and leave its current offices at 600 Madison Ave. in the second quarter of 2019.

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