“It was always our intent to keep our nerve center in the city, and by that I mean in downtown Buffalo,” Goldberg Segalla Managing Partner Richard J. Cohen told Buffalo Business First. “This signifies where our roots are. We will forever be a Buffalo firm. That has always been very important to us.”
Noting that the firm will expand the square footage of its Buffalo headquarters nearly 86 percent by early next year to accommodate its continued growth, the article highlights the way Goldberg Segalla’s decision to remain at 665 Main St. instead of moving to the suburbs benefits both the firm and the resurgent downtown corridor.
“Every time I look outside my window and walk over to the courts, I see massive amounts of growth and new developments taking place,” said partner Joseph M. Hanna, Chair of the firm’s Sports and Entertainment Law Practice Group. “The future of growth in our community is still in downtown Buffalo.”