Norton Rose Fulbright announced today that it has moved its New York office to a high-rise space at 1301 Avenue of the Americas, a Class A office tower located in Midtown Manhattan. The global law firm will occupy 116,500 square feet of contiguous space on floors 28 through 31.
Linda Addison, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Managing Partner, said:
“Our modern, Gensler-designed offices are technologically advanced and reflect Norton Rose Fulbright’s cutting-edge global legal practice. This move comes at an exciting time in the strategic growth of our New York office, which has attracted 15 respected lateral partners over the past 15 months.”
The 45-story 1301 Avenue of the Americas, designed by renowned architectural firm Skidmore, Owing & Merrill, overlooks Central Park and various Midtown landmarks. The building provides direct access to Rockefeller Center and several subway lines.
With nearly eight decades in this global financial center, Norton Rose Fulbright’s New York office serves a broad client base, including publicly-held corporations, emerging growth companies, privately-held companies, investment funds and others in the financial services sector. Practice areas include securities law, private equity and venture capital offerings, public and private finance matters, comprehensive corporate and real estate services and litigation.