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Avison Young moves Rivkin Radler to Madison Avenue

Avison Young announced that Rivkin Radler LLP has signed a lease at 477 Madison Avenue, a 24-story office building located between 51st and 52nd Streets in Manhattan’s Plaza District.

The lease comprises the building’s entire 20th floor.

Avison Young principals Michael Leff and Arthur J. Mirante II, and associate James Lizmi, represented Rivkin Radler in co-ordination with Rivkin Radler partners David Grill and Stephen Weissman, of the law firm’s real estate/construction group.

DTZ vice chairman David L. Hoffman, Jr. and associate vice president Whitnee Williams represented the landlord in co-ordination with Cooley LLP real estate partner Shira Nadich Levin.

Rivkin Radler LLP is a prominent regional law firm with offices on Long Island, and in New Jersey and Manhattan.

“With plans to expand the firm in the near future, Rivkin Radler LLP tasked us with finding a move-in ready space,” Leff said.

“With a large presence on Long Island, it was imperative for the firm to remain located Midtown East. We are pleased to have secured a direct deal at a Class-A building.”

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