Rosenberg & Estis expands at 733 Third

Real estate law firm takes another 16K-plus sf

TRD New York /
Aug.August 22, 2018 11:16 AM

From left: Durst Organization’s Tom Bow, Rosenberg & Estis’ Michael Lefkowitz, and 733 Third Avenue (Credit: Rebny, IR Global, and The Durst Organization)

Rosenberg & Estis is expanding to more than 50,000 square feet at the Durst Organization’s 733 Third Avenue.

The real estate law firm renewed the space it occupies on the 12th and 14th floors of the building, and signed a new, 10-year lease for the entire 16,456-square-foot 15th floor, the New York Post reported.

That brings the total footprint to 51,778 square feet. The law firm also has a 2,099-square-foot terrace.

Rosenberg & Estis’ Michael Lefkowitz and William Byers represented the law firm in the deal, and Durst’s in-house team of Tom Bow and Ashley Mays negotiated on behalf of the landlord.

The law firm, founded in 1975, moved into the building in 1993. The company was the second-largest real estate law firm in the city last year by attorney count with 81 lawyers, according to The Real Deal’s most recent ranking of the largest firms. [NYP] – Rich Bockmann


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