[wpgdprc "By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website."]

    This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.


    666 Fifth Avenue
    New York, NY 10103
    (212) 259-6418

    Akerman LLP is a Miami-based law firm established in 1920 by Alexander Akerman and John Moses Cheney. The firms real estate practice was the 20th largest in New York City, according to The Real Deals 2015 ranking by number of attorneys. MK

    Akerman LLP, Partner
    666 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 259-6418
    Ian Tattenbaum is a New York City-based lawyer and a partner at Miami-based...
    Akerman LLP, Partner
    One Southeast Third Avenue, 25th Floor, Miami, FL, (305) 982-5657
    Richard Bezold is a Miami-based lawyer and a partner at Akerman LLP. He...
    • Event Office Leasing
    • Address 1251 Sixth Avenue
    • Neighborhood Midtown West
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 100,000
    • Publication Date 12/06/2019
    • Event Date 12/04/2019
    • Party 1 Mitsui Fudosan America
    • Party 1 Brokerage Newmark Knight Frank
    • Party 1 Broker David Falk, Peter Shimkin, Nick Berger, Eric Cagner
    • Party 2 Akerman
    • Party 2 Brokerage JLL
    • Party 2 Broker Lisa Kiell, Ken Siegel
    The law firm inked a 15-year lease for the Midtown West space.
    • Event Office Leasing
    • Address 666 Fifth Avenue
    • Neighborhood Plaza District
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 48,000
    The law firm signed a lease on the 19th and 20th floors, the New York Post reported. The tenant is relocating from a smaller, 40,355-square-foot space at 335 Madison Avenue.
    • Event Office Leasing
    • Address 335 Madison Avenue
    • Neighborhood Midtown
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 24,286
    • Publication Date 02/01/2006
    • Event Date 12/18/2005
    • Party 1 MB Real Estate
    • Party 2 Akerman Senterfitt LLP
    The Vortex Group brokered the five-year lease for the Florida-based law firm's New York headquarters. The deal involved a sublease from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw and Pittman, which was represented by Studley.

    • Plaza Capital’s New York Wheel may be the only Ferris wheel to raise EB-5 funds, and it did so to the tune of $150 million from 300 investors. A lawyer for the developer told TRD that the project tapped EB-5 because it had difficulty attracting a conventional loan. “No one knows how to analyze that project for conventional bank financing,” said Steven Polivy of Akerman...