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Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP Continues Expansion Of Its NYC Presence

GARDEN CITY, NY; August 30, 2016 — As a result of continuing growth and expansion, the law firm of Moritt Hock & Hamroff today announced that it has moved into larger New York City offices.  The firm has signed a 10-year lease for 9,592 square feet on the 39th floor of 1407 Broadway with building owner Shorenstein Properties.

“As our firm has continued to grow during the past several years, it has become increasingly evident that we needed an even larger Manhattan presence,” said Marc Hamroff, Managing Partner. “The 1407 Broadway location is a perfect match for our current needs and provides a quality facility that will help to further our firm’s dedication to our clients.  Our initial move into New York City proved to be a significant milestone in the firm’s history and this expansion represents an exciting new chapter for us.”

The new office location provides Moritt Hock & Hamroff enhanced infrastructure capabilities necessary to compliment the growth of its staff and client-base. The firm had previously been located at 450 Seventh Avenue in New York City.

Shorenstein Properties has invested significantly to reposition 1407 Broadway as a top destination for both office and retail tenants within the Times Square South submarket since acquiring the building in April 2015.  The makeover includes a new lobby and entrance, restoration of the façade and new street level retail storefronts, and upgrades to the elevators. Sitting between 38th and 39th streets, 1407 Broadway is steps from some of the city’s most important transportation hubs—Times Square, Penn Station, Herald Square and Grand Central. The tower floors, including 39 occupied by Moritt Hock & Hamroff, boast outstanding light and 360-degree views of the Midtown skyline.

Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP, with offices on Long Island and Manhattan, provides a wide range of legal services to businesses, corporations and individuals worldwide.

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