American Lawyer Publisher Moving to Silverstein’s 120 Broadway

The publisher of The American Lawyer and The National Law Journal will move its headquarters from midtown south to Larry Silverstein’s 120 Broadway in lower Manhattan. ALM will occupy the fifth and sixth floors, totaling about 90,000 square feet, according to Silverstein Properties. The lease is for 10 years.

The Observer earlier covered non-financial services firms moving to lower Manhattan. And we covered a major lease renewal at 120 Broadway.

Roger Silverstein represented Silverstein Properties in the ALM lease. And Michael Cohen and Leon Manoff of GVA Williams represented the tenant.

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