ZEK Relocates to 730 Third Avenue

With a single-minded focus on enhancing the firm’s traditional delivery of high-quality professional legal services at competitively-advantaged pricing, Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP has moved its Manhattan offices to 730 Third Avenue, a building designed to maximize the utility and efficiency of each tenant’s footprint while offering robust services and amenities that are available exclusively for the occupants and guests of this conveniently located, first-in-class development.

Recognizing the enduring changes and challenges the post-COVID era have brought to today’s business environment, including staggered office-space scheduling, the increased need for enterprise-grade audio and video conferencing capabilities, the fluid demands for huddle, conference and lecture rooms, and the increased value of a cost-efficient, functional vs. symbolic headquarters-space from which to serve the pressing needs of the firm and its clients, 730 Third Avenue, and ZEK’s 16th floor build-out represents a new level of space-optimization that will translate to greater productivity, lower overhead costs, and highly cost effective services.

On the cross-street of East 45th Street, ZEK’s new global headquarters is convenient to all public transportation and is a short walk to Grand Central Station, which was recently upgraded with the addition of Long Island Railroad service.

ZEK has four other offices, at One Landmark Square in Stamford, Connecticut, 33 Wood Avenue South, Iselin, New Jersey, 1420 New York Avenue NW, Washington, D.C., and 28 HaArba ‘a Street Tower, Tel Aviv, Israel. ZEK operates in Israel through its affiliate ZEK, P.C.