Extends Lease Through 2019
CINCINNATI, OH – Since its founding nearly 60 years ago, Strauss & Troy has been committed to downtown Cincinnati. Today, firm President James Heldman announced that the law firm has reached an agreement with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland to extend its lease at 150 E. Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, through 2019.
Strauss & Troy is the largest tenant with more than 37,000 square-feet on the fourth floor of the building. In 1999, the firm invested in a significant interior design and renovation project when it moved into the space. The firm also has offices in the RiverCenter complex in Covington, Kentucky.
“We are proud to renew our commitment to downtown Cincinnati,” Heldman said. “This space is in the heart of the downtown business district where major clients, banking and business centers are located. While we investigated other options, maintaining our presence in Cincinnati’s vibrant downtown was a driving factor in our decision.”
“Business is strong,” said Heldman, “Now more than ever our clients are looking for partners who can bring value-added solutions to the table. It’s about problem-solving, being a resource and serving our clients to the best of our ability.”
Business continues to grow for Strauss & Troy, and the firm plans over time to add several lateral attorneys in numerous practice areas. In the past 24 months, the firm has added attorneys with practice expertise in employment & labor law, complex tax law and white-collar criminal defense.
About Strauss & Troy
Founded in 1953, Strauss & Troy is a full-service law firm with offices in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Strauss & Troy’s attorneys represent a variety of national, regional and local clients, including numerous companies, financial institutions, charitable organizations, families and individuals primarily in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Practice groups include: corporate finance and business law; real estate; labor and employment law; litigation and dispute resolution; criminal defense; complex tax law, and tax and estate planning. To learn more visit: www.strausstroy.com