NEW YORK – For Haynes and Boone, LLP, what began in New York City ten years ago with a strategic plan, a cardboard office sign and a single lawyer has now blossomed into a legal services enterprise that is the third largest tenant in Midtown Manhattan’s iconic 30 Rock building.
The Dallas-headquartered law firm has just signed papers to take an additional 38,193 square feet of space in 30 Rockefeller Plaza, giving it a total of 113,000 square feet – the entire 24th, 25th and 26th floors. Only Lazard and Deloitte LLP take up more room in the landmark building.
Haynes and Boone, LLP has snatched up an additional 38,193 square feet of office space in the landmark 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the firm said Thursday, representing a tripling of space from the Dallas-based firm's early days in the New York market that it first entered a decade ago.
Haynes and Boone has picked up the entire 24th floor of the building that was previously occupied by financial advisory giant Lazard, giving the law firm a rare contiguous floor to add to the approximately 75,000 square feet of space it already occupied on the entire 25th and 26th floors of 30 Rock, Ken Bezozo
, managing partner of Haynes and Boone’s New York office, told Law360 on Thursday. >>
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