You’d like to meet us? Here is how you can reach us:
You’d like to meet us? Here is how you can reach us:
Please note that the office’s entrance is on 34th St. next to the CHASE Bank ATM window. You can reach us as follows:
If heading from a different location other than mentioned above, the best subway connections to reach us are the NQRW trains, the BDFM trains, and the 123 trains at the 34th St. and 5th Ave subway station.
Our offices in New York are across the street from the Empire State Building; our offices in Hamburg are close to the river Elbe and the harbor, looking at the Elbphilharmonie. Below are the directions to our New York office. For directions to the German office, please visit our German website. We recommend using public transport.
Directions for New York already created separately.
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This website is the joint internet presence of Schlange & Co. GmbH in Hamburg/Germany and S&C North America Inc. in New York/USA. Both companies are legally independent organizations. They both use the abbreviation “S&C”.
349 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Fon: +1 (347) 778 - 2748
Fon: +49 40 36 166 82 - 0
Fax: +49 40 36 166 82 - 19
Authorized representatives: Joachim Schlange und Andreas Zamostny
Registered: Amtsgericht Hamburg, HRB 98817
VAT ID No: DE250977361
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