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Expansion move completed.

Fish & Neave, the intellectual property law firm, has just completed its move to new offices at 1251 Avenue of the Americas.

The new space of 103,000 square feet is spread over three floors and represents significantly larger quarters than the firm's 67,000 square feet at its previous New York City location, 875 Third Avenue.

The firm also has an office in Palo Alto, California. The terms of the 20-year lease include expansion and renewal options that provide the flexibility the 115 attorney firm needs. according to Kevin Culligan, a partner.

James B. Frederick of Abrams Benisch Riker.Inc., New York, represented Fish & Neave in the transaction.

Butler Rogers Baskett designed the new space. Construction manager was Turner Interiors.
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Title Annotation:Fish and Neave law firm leases office space in New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Dec 23, 1992
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