Rudin Welcomes Romano Law New York Headquarters To One Battery Park Plaza

National law firm relocates, expands within Rudin portfolio to 35-Story Downtown Office Tower. 

Rudin announced today that it has secured a new headquarters relocation deal with Romano Law at One Battery Park Plaza, its 35-story, 870,000 square-foot office tower in Lower Manhattan.

The New York City-based national law firm, which specializes in the practice areas of business, entertainment, disputes, employment and intellectual property, has signed an 11.5-year lease for 8,335 square feet on a portion of the seventh floor at One Battery Park Plaza. The firm will relocate and expand from its 3,500-square-foot office at 55 Broad Street in Fall 2024.

This marks 54,000 square feet of leasing at One Battery Park Plaza in the last eight months, including new tenants Barry McTiernan & Moore LLC, mental health services organization Partnership With Children and award-winning architecture practice Curtis & Ginsberg.

“Romano’s decision to stay within our portfolio and relocate to One Battery Park Plaza underscores the strong, long-term relationships we build with our tenants,” said Michael Rudin, Co-CEO of Rudin. “Their continued trust reaffirms our commitment to fostering high-quality work environments where organizations can thrive.”

Kevin Daly, Vice President of Rudin represented building ownership in the transaction. Romano Law was represented by Cresa’s Bert Rosenblatt.

“The deal hinged on the fact our client had been in another Rudin building for more than a decade and knew the Rudin’s were responsible owners,” said Bert Rosenblatt, Managing Principal, Cresa. “From our standpoint, we appreciated the responsiveness of their leasing team to implement the transaction quickly and efficiently.”

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