Law firm Cahill Gordon & Reindel checking out new FiDi offices

Legal shop could relocate to a space with as much as 250K sf

TRD New York /
Jan.January 15, 2018 05:30 PM

From left: 80 Pine Street, 32 Old Slip and 199 Water Street

Cahill Gordon & Reindel is looking Downtown for a new office that could be as large as 250,000 square feet. 

The Financial District-based law firm has toured a handful of buildings in the neighborhood with large blocks of available space such as One World Trade Center, 28 Liberty and Brookfield Place, Crain’s reported. 

But it appears to be focused on the east side of the Financial District, considering deals at 32 Old Slip and 199 Water Street. 

Cahill could renew its lease at Rudin Management Company’s 80 Pine Street, where it occupies 121,000 square feet, according to CoStar. 

If the firm decides to expand its office, it would joining a growing group of companies reversing the trend of densification seen in the office market in recent years. [Crain’s] – Rich Bockmann

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