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Hyland Levin: New law firm, new offices

•  Legal Marketing     updated  2010/06/21 03:02


Hyland Levin, a law firm that was created by breaking off from Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll’s Voorhees, N.J., office, is scheduled to move at the end of August into its new offices at 6000 Sagemore Drive in Marlton, N.J. The firm signed a 10-year deal on 16,440 square feet on the third floor of the building, giving it fresh space for the relatively new firm. Hyland Levin has been working from 12,000 square feet of former Ballard Spahr space at 1000 Main St. in Voorhees. The lease on that space is scheduled to expire in August.

Mark Shapiro, an attorney at Hyland Levin, took a circuitous route to Sagemore Drive. While at Ballard, he was put in charge of looking for space for the law firm since the lease was scheduled to come due this summer. For roughly 18 months before leaving Ballard last June and helping to form the new firm, Shapiro toured several sites throughout South Jersey to look for something that would be a good fit.

“We looked at a lot of space,” he said.

Marlton and Mount Laurel were considered along the Route 38 and Route 73 corridors as well as a couple of sites in Voorhees. During the search and in the throes of the recession, Hyland Levin was established and it was no longer a Ballard deal. While Shapiro really liked Liberty Property Trust’s Four Greentree Centre, Hyland Levin partners preferred Sagemore and settled on 6000 Sagemore. Jason Wolf at Colliers International was involved with the transaction.


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