Driscoll represented both the tenant and the building. David Bleckner of David Bleckner LLP represented the landlord and Steven Monteforte of Robinson Silverman served as legal counsel for the tenant.
"We're pleased that this law firm chose to stay with us. It has been our tenant for more than 40 years, having grown from a small firm to the second largest tenant in the building," says Mr. Driscoll.
"The Lincoln Building truly caters to the legal community, with a full-service law library and full time staff librarian on site," he says. The law library is about to be moved into a new location off the main lobby and adjacent to a new conference center, as part of a $30 million improvement program at the building. The new law library will also feature expanded resources and electronic databases. The Lincoln Building has approximately 125 law firm tenants.
The Lincoln Building's $30 million dollar improvement program gives the building all the amenities of a brand new commercial office building, including new elevators, new windows, new bathrooms, newly refurbished corridors and air conditioning throughout hallways.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 6, 2001|
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