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Spun-off Law Firm Opts for More Space in Move Up Madison

JLL has arranged a relocation for Schwartz Sladkus Reich Greenberg Atlas LLP, the law firm spun off from Wolf Haldenstein in 2015, at 444 Madison Ave. The firm signed a 12-year lease for 33,115 square feet in a move up the street from 270 Madison Ave., where it occupies 22,000 square feet.

SSRGA was represented by JLL’s Mitchell Konsker, David Dusek and Harley Dalton. The landlord, an affiliate of Westbrook Partners, was represented by CBRE’s Paul Amrich, Patrice Meagher and Meghan Allen.

“SSRGA was looking for significantly larger offices in a building with a strong avenue address, and 444 Madison Avenue certainly provided that,” said Konsker.

Added Steven D. Sladkus, a founding partner in SSRGA, “We are looking forward to working with the 444 Madison team to create, from ground up, our vision for a new home for SSRGA and a vastly improved working environment for the entire SSRGA team.”

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