Rivkin Radler Expands Albany Office to 66 South Pearl StreetMarch 26, 2019
ALBANY, NEW YORK — Rivkin Radler LLP one of the Northeast’s leading law firms, has leased the entire 11th floor at 66 South Pearl Street for its new Albany office. The Firm will occupy over 10,500sf and additional rooftop patio space. This move is both an expansion and relocation for Rivkin Radler, which merged with Albany-based Iseman, Cunningham, Riester and Hyde (ICRH) in July of 2017. The Firm is moving from 9 Thurlow Terrace, in Albany. Rivkin Radler also has offices in Long Island, New York City, New Jersey, and the Hudson Valley. The Firm has more than 190 attorneys and 21 cross-disciplinary practice groups.
“This is an exciting expansion, as we look forward to continuing to build our presence downtown and across the Capital Region into a larger, more centrally located office space,” said Rivkin Radler Managing Partner Evan H. Krinick.
“The move will further enable Rivkin Radler to retain, attract and grow our legal talent and disciplines, in addition to providing much needed Class A office space,” said Rivkin Radler partner John F. Queenan, who is resident in the Albany office and serves as a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee.
“I am very excited that the leadership at Rivkin Radler continues to be committed to New York’s Capital City and will relocate their regional office to Downtown Albany,” said Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan. “This move is further proof that Downtown Albany truly is a neighborhood of choice for both residents and businesses alike.”
Peter W. Struzzi, SIOR, Jeffrey D’ Amore, and Joseph Mahoney of Cushman & Wakefield I Pyramid Brokerage Company negotiated the lease on behalf Rivkin Radler and the landlord in the deal, Omni Development Company, Inc. D’ Amore and Mahoney are the exclusive leasing agents for the 174,000sf Class A office building at 66 South Pearl Street.
“We are pleased to welcome Rivkin Radler LLP to 66 South Pearl Street. The Firm’s decision is a continuing sign that major employers recognize the value of locating within our downtown communities,” said I. David Swawite, President, Omni Development Company, Inc.
- Steven J. Auletta
- Richard A. Frankel
- Robert H. Iseman
- John F. Queenan
- Karen E. Sosler
- Stanley J. Tartaglia, Jr.