The New York state attorney general has approved the sale of the New York County Lawyers Association building at 14 Vesey St., which has been the association’s headquarters for 89 years.

“We are on track with our plan to move into our new space in early 2020, which will offer our members amenities such as technology-enabled conference rooms, Wi-Fi and other enhanced services,” NYCLA president Stephen Lessard said in announcing the approval. “Steps away from our current location and the courts, our new home of law will provide our members with a space designed specifically for the way that attorneys work today and ensure the continued future of our organization.”

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