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On the Move

Our clients are in constant motion, setting the direction for the next generation of business.  As of February 8, 2013, Goulston & Storrs' New York office is moving, too. We will be located at:

885 Third Ave, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10022


Guests in our New York office often have questions about the area and their visit to the firm. Some of the most frequently asked questions we encounter include:

Q:  Can I take public transportation to your office?

A: Our New York office is accessible by both car and public transportation. For more information about getting to our office by rail or bus please click here.

Q:  Is there a parking garage nearby?

A: Parking options are available for visitors who drive to our office.

Q:  Once I arrive at the firm, how do I locate the attorney I am looking for?

A: When you arrive at 885 Third Avenue, please check in at the security desk in the lobby with a photo ID. Building security will issue a photo ID building pass and then you may take the elevator to the 18th floor. Please proceed directly to the Goulston & Storrs reception desk where our receptionist will announce your arrival so that someone may greet you promptly.

Q:  What are some options for local dining?

A: New York offers some of the world’s finest dining. See a sampling of restaurants below or visit www.opentable.com to explore the many options.

Q: What hotels are located near your office?

A: Please click here for some local hotel options.

Q: Who does the firm’s flowers?

A: The firm’s fresh floral arrangements are done by Big Apple Florist.

Q: What are some local attractions?

A: New York City has many attractions. Here is a sampling of some of New York’s offerings:


New York Knicks

New York’s basketball team has an official team site containing news, scores, audio and video files, player statistics and schedules. Pick up some tickets to visit Madison Square Garden at www.nba.com/knicks.

New York Yankees and New York Mets

New York is home to two world class baseball teams -- the Yankees and the Mets.

Yankee Stadium

Visit to see a game through the official team website at www.yankees.com. Take in a Mets game at Shea Stadium by visiting www.mets.com.

New York Rangers

Hockey is all about excitement in New York. Learn about the team and its players at www.newyorkrangers.com.

New York Giants and New York Jets

What could be better than one New York football team, but two New York football teams! Find information about both teams on their websites at www.giants.com and www.newyorkjets.com.

Shopping & Tours

Ellis Island Tour

Visit the historic gateway through which millions of immigrants have passed. www.ellisisland.org.

Lincoln Center

Tour one of New York’s leading performing arts centers by visiting www.lincolncenter.org.

NYC Duck Tours

Discover New York City by land and water. For information, go to www.nycducks.com.

Shop NYC Tours

From hip boutiques to large departments stores, ShopNYC offers a unique behind-the-scenes shopping and lifestyle experience. For more information, or to book a tour, visit www.shop-NYCtours.com.

Sightseeing Tours

New York has so much to see and do. City tours offer a great way to see it all. Visit www.NewYorkSightseeing.com to check out your many options.

Statue of Liberty Tour

Visit www.statuecruises.com for more information on visiting our country’s famous symbol of freedom.

Family Activities

Children’s Museum of Manhattan

No matter what age, there is something for everyone at New York’s Children’s Museum! Visit www.cmom.org.

Empire State Building

Check out New York’s tallest skyscraper at 350 5th Avenue at 34th Street. www.esbnyc.com.

Guggenheim Museum

Home to one of the world’s finest collections of Modern and Contemporary art, visit the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum at www.guggenheim.org.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Visit this world-class art museum by going to www.metmuseum.org.

Museum of Modern Art

The MOMA is an outstanding Modern art museum. Learn more about exhibits and plan a visit through www.moma.org.

Performing Arts

New York City is known world-wide for its spectacular performances in theatre, music and dance. www.Ilovenytheatre.com offers many options. Alternatively, check out the Broadway Ticket Center in Times Square Visitors Center at 1560 Broadway for more information. www.timessquarenyc.com.

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not

This incredible collection of artifacts and exhibits proves that sometimes fact is indeed stranger than fiction. Visit www.ripleysnewyork.com.

Rockefeller Center

This is the largest privately owned business and entertainment complex in the world. Home to Radio City Music Hall, 35 restaurants and specialty shops and the famous ice skating rink, not to mention the famous Today show. www.rockefellercenter.com

Top of the Rock

See stunning views of New York City and beyond from this great observation deck. www.topoftherocknyc.com.

New York Office

Click here to visit the New York Office page.

Nearby Hotels

The Alex Hotel

205 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017
(888) 765.-2370

The Benjamin Hotel

145 East 50th Street
New York, NY 10022
(212) 715-2500

The Kimberly Hotel

145 East 50th Street
New York, NY 10022
(212) 744-0400

The Radisson Lexington Hotel

511 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10017
(212) 755-4400

The Roger Smith Hotel

501 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10017
(212) 755-1400

Nearby Restaurants

Avra Estiatorio

141 East 48th Street
New York, NY
(212) 759-8550

The National

557 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY
(212) 715-2400 

Smith & Wollensky

797 Third Avenue
New York, NY
(212) 588-9653


885 Third Avenue
New York, NY
(212) 588-9653
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