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Law firm takes floor at 40 Wall

KI Legal, a growing law firm founded by attorneys Andreas Koutsoudakis and Michael Iakovou, with offices located in New York City, Long Island City and Jersey City, has closed on a 10-year lease for the entire 49th floor at the downtown architectural icon, 40 Wall Street, which consists of approximately 9,200 s/f.

KI Legal, which specializes in guiding companies and businesses in compliance, litigation and transactional matters, is moving from their present space at 90 Broad Street where they occupy about 4,000 s/f.

“KI Legal is expanding because their business is growing exponentially” said Norman Bobrow & Co Managing Director Josh Berger who represented the tenant. “The partners feel that it’s important to have a strong, interactive and collaborative office culture to produce the best results for their clients since they are a multi-disciplinary firm. They are investing in the future of the firm.”

According to Berger, the asking rent for the space is $56 psf and the Trump Organization is delivering the space specifically built for the tenants’ needs.

40 Wall Street offers 360 degrees of city and water views, as well as newly renovated “Vaults” which offer private conference rooms and collaborative workspace, multimedia room, wine room, coffee bar and much more.

KI Legal represents companies in the restaurant, real estate and banking industries with the requisite guidance necessary to properly and legally conduct business affairs while staying compliant with necessary current and developing specific sector regulations.

Norman Bobrow & Company is one of New York City’s largest independently owned tenant-focused commercial real estate brokerages.

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