Foley Hoag Signs Lease for Washington Office at 1000 Connecticut Ave. NW

Move Will Support the Continued Success of the Firm’s Practices in D.C.

April 23, 2012

Foley Hoag LLP has signed an 11-year lease for office space at 1000 Connecticut Ave. NW, a new building under construction in Washington, D.C.’s central business district.

The lease covers the top floor of office space in the 12-story, Class A building, a larger footprint than the firm’s current location at 1875 K St. NW. The move follows the continued growth and success of Foley Hoag’s practices in Washington, including its leading International Litigation and Arbitration, Corporate Social Responsibility, Small Business Investment Companies (SBIC), Healthcare, and Government Strategies practices.

“This is an exciting time for Foley Hoag in Washington,” said Foley Hoag co-managing partner Adam Kahn. “We are committed to investing in our firm’s infrastructure in order to provide our attorneys with the support they need to focus on what they do best: efficiently deliver exceptional legal services to our clients. This new office space reflects that commitment and will support our current and future needs with a comfortable, effective and modern work environment.”

Foley Hoag’s Washington lawyers and other professionals work closely with their colleagues in Boston and Paris to advise clients across a range of industries and practice areas. Foley Hoag is scheduled to move to 1000 Connecticut Ave. NW in the spring of 2013.

About Foley Hoag LLP

Foley Hoag provides innovative, strategic legal services to public, private and government clients across the globe. We have premier capabilities in the life sciences, healthcare, technology, energy, professional services and investment management fields, and in cross-border disputes. Our professionals  possess the skills  and experience to provide exceptional senior level service to clients ranging from startups to multinational companies to sovereign states. For more information, visit www.foleyhoag.com or follow @FoleyHoag on Twitter.