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A guide to CRA’s NYC office

Welcome to the Big Apple!
CRA’s Manhattan office sits in the heart of Times Square at 1411 Broadway. With such a central location, our office is easily accessible by foot, train, bus, and even car (if you’re ambitious enough). Though most of our NYC employees live in the city, some also reside in the nearby boroughs and suburbs of Brooklyn, Hoboken, and Westchester.
The NYC office is a friendly and social environment. The practices represented here include: Energy, Finance, Forensic Services, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Life Sciences, Marakon, Risk, Investigations & Analytics, and Transfer Pricing. We are based on the 25th and 35th floors of the building. Floor 25 seats mainly junior staff in the Life Sciences Practice, and floor 35 houses a mix of practices, corporate departments, and juniors and seniors.
During lunch, most staff go out to grab food and come back to the office to eat together. Our office is situated right next to Bryant Park, and in the warmer months we often eat lunch or take walks in the park.
From our floors’ kitchens and lobbies, you can enjoy the beautiful views of Manhattan, and when the weather is particularly nice, you can see the Statue of Liberty! The kitchen is stocked with plenty of snacks and drinks. Our office is arranged so junior staff sit in cubicles in pods of six and are surrounded by meeting rooms and senior-staff offices.
There are obviously a multitude of ways to enjoy busy Manhattan. Colleagues love a number of after-work and weekend activities including workout classes (Rumble Boxing, Soul Cycle), sports games or concerts at Madison Square Garden, rooftop happy hours and speakeasies, Central Park picnics, comedy shows, and the Chelsea High Line. NYC is also quite the cultural hub and offers some of the most famous museums and artistic showcases including Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim, MOMA, 9/11 Memorial, The Whitney, and many Broadway shows. Another fun spectacle that’s close to the office is the Needle and Button sculpture. Check it out!
There is so much to see and do in New York City. We hope you’re able to visit or join us at CRA’s NYC office.