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Zumpano Patricios is pleased to announce the opening of its second New York City Office, which will operate in the Borough of Queens. The Queens Office will be led by seasoned litigator, Mark C. Fang. As Partner-In-Charge, Mark will become the first Asian American and the third Georgetown Law Center graduate to lead an office of the firm. Mark will be joining his law school classmates at the firm: Joseph Zumpano, President and Managing Shareholder, and Art Bresnahan, Managing Partner of the Chicago Office.


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Zumpano Patricios Announces Opening of Second New York City Office Press Release

Attorney At Law Magazine || Zumpano Patricios Announces Opening of Second New York City Office

citybiz || Zumpano Patricios Announces Opening of Second New York City Office

Law.com || Expanding Into Queens, National Midsize Firm Zumpano Patricios Finds Opportunity in Overlooked Markets


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Zumpano Patricios is pleased to announce the acquisition of 328 Minorca Ave in Coral Gables, Florida. Attached, please find today’s Daily Business Review article, Commercial Real Estate News story, and Press Release regarding this transaction. Our firm’s Coral Gables Headquarters will now expand into a 15,000 square-foot office complex. The development composed of our adjacent buildings will be named “Counsel Commons.”



The Zumpano Patricios Headquarters will be redesigned by renowned architect, Ramon Pacheco, and will reflect the firm’s approach to its space through a tempered elegance. The “Counsel Commons” office complex will reflect a Mediterranean style and will contain forty (40) offices, four (4) conference rooms, and twenty (20) parking spaces.


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The Gian Zumpano Aquatic Center was built in 2018. A project led by Zumpano Patricios Founder & President, Joseph I. Zumpano, the Aquatic Center was built in memory of his late brother, Gian Zumpano.


This past weekend, the Aquatic Center hosted the state water polo championship between Belen Jesuit (20-0) and Dr. Phillips (30-0). Belen Jesuit came out on top. Belen Coach, Jimmy Aguilera, attributes the program's improvement to the construction of the Gian Zumpano Aquatic Center: "Prior to [the aquatic center's construction], we didn't have an adequate training facility. Now, we have 60 to 65 players in the program. From that group, we can choose the best players for varsity...The aquatic center helps us in every aspect of our preparation."


Read more from the Miami Herald: Four years after building its own aquatic center, Belen is a water polo state champ again

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