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Lawyers double up at LI Rockefeller Center.

Duffy, Duffy & Burdo, one of Long Island's top law firms, has leased an additional 7,243 s/f of space to accommodate its growing staff at EAB Plaza in Uniondale, NY, more than doubling their total lease commitment to 13,625 square feet at the prestigious 1.1 million square-foot, two-building Class A complex owned by Galaxy LI Associates LLC.

Adam Rochlin, Associate Director, Jason Forte, Associate Director, and David Leviton, Senior Director of Cushman & Wakefield of Long Island represented EAB Plaza. Kraig Silver, Senior Vice President of Treeline Companies represented Duffy, Duffy & Burdo.

"We are extremely pleased to extend and expand our presence at EAB Plaza, Long Island's leading corporate address," said Michael Duffy, a partner at Duffy, Duffy & Burdo.

"Many of our clients are facing extremely stressful circumstances. We feel that they benefit from the comfort, convenience and confidence that EAB Plaza provides."

Situated on over 36 acres of land in Nassau County, EAB Plaza is one of Long Island's most prestigious landmark properties. Built in 1984, and designed by renowned architect Michael Harris Spector the complex includes an ice skating rink and lush winter garden--home Long Island's largest Christmas tree, earning EAB Plaza the title of "Long Island's Rockefeller Center."
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Title Annotation:Duffy & Burdo
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Feb 18, 2004
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