D.C. Lobbyist Patton Boggs Doubles New York Office

Patton Boggs, the venerable D.C. lobbying and law firm, has doubled the size of its New York office at 1185 Avenue of the Americas, signing a new, 60,000-square-foot sublease for a term of five years, with an option to extend.

It’s good news for SL Green, which owns the so-called Stevens Tower, all steel and glass and vertical lines topping out at the 42nd floor. Mark Weiss of Newmark Knight Frank represented Patton Boggs, and Richard Bernstein of Colliers ABR represented sublessor King & Spalding with Susan Kahaner of CB Richard Ellis.

drubinstein@observer.com

D.C. Lobbyist Patton Boggs Doubles New York Office