The Mann Report recently sat with Friedman LLP’s Co-Managing Partner, Harriett Greenberg and Partner Michael Sacco to learn how the firm’s move from its longtime Midtown location to its new space in the Financial District resulted in a space that promotes individuality and cross-collaboration.
“Greenberg worked with Michael Kleinberg and his team at MKDA as well as Michael Gallin at Gallin Construction, to create an office space that feels more like a tech company than a 95-year-old accounting firm. The new space is flooded with natural light and boasts a panoramic view of the city, large open areas and bright colors. A 1,800-square-foot employee café, breakout rooms and communal spaces allow people to talk, work or reflect — and, yes, there is foosball. All offices are the same size, regardless of professional level, and boast glass fronts that encourage transparency and openness across the firm. Recruiters have reported that the space has made Friedman more appealing to potential hires, especially critical at a time of intense growth.”
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Source: Fashion Mannuscript