Law firm extends 95-year tenancy at ABS Partners’ 270 Madison Avenue

Wolf Haldenstein has been a tenant in the building since 1923

TRD New York /
May.May 04, 2018 06:35 PM

270 Madison Avenue and Gregg Schenker of ABS

Law firm Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz has extended its 95-year tenancy at 270 Madison Avenue.

Wolf Haldenstein, which handles securities, labor, consumer and antitrust cases, signed a 12-year, 33,000 square foot lease renewal, according to landlord ABS Partners. The company’s offices are located on the ninth and 10th floors of the 19-story property.

The firm first moved into the building when it was first completed in 1923, renting half a floor. The law firm signed its previous lease extension in 2014. That agreement was set to expire next year. Wolf Haldenstein also has offices in Chicago and San Diego.

Wolf Haldenstein’s home is a 269,000 square foot building located on the corner of 39th Street and Madison Avenue. ABS recently started renovating the building’s lobby with designs from architecture firm Spector Group.

The building is home to law firms Belkin Burden Wenig & Goldman and Katlowitz & Associates. Other tenants in the building include the New York branch of the United Service Organizations and wine retailer Park Avenue Liquor Shop.

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