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Lawyers celebrate office relocation

Posted: August 20, 2010 9:02 p.m.
Updated: August 21, 2010 4:55 a.m.

Attorneys Carl Kanowsky, left, and Jeff Lasley stand under the sign for the Kanowsky and Associates law firm that held a grand-opening celebration on Aug. 19 for its relocation to the Summit Point office park in Santa Clarita.

 

Specializing in business and real estate law, the legal firm of Kanowsky & Associates held a grand opening for clients and supporters Thursday at its new office, located at the Summit Point office park in Santa Clarita. The office is part of a new complex of buildings in Centre Pointe.

Representatives from local and state government were on hand to present Carl Kanowsky, 56, with certificates of recognition while the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce hosted the ceremonial ribbon cutting.

In celebration of the relocation, Kanowsky & Associates served dinner and refreshments to guests under a canopied area of the parking lot. Mexican grill, Una Mas!, and Italian ice retailer, bUONgUSTO, catered the event.

“This location is great. I love it,” said Kanowsky. “I’m not somebody that depends upon walk-ins, but being located here with so many other businesses, many who saw our sign came in saying they needed an attorney, and we got a number of new clients just as a result of opening here. It’s a nice surprise.”

Kanowsky, an attorney since 1983, opened his own practice in the Santa Clarita Valley in 1996. Despite the lengthy recession and economic distress in the real estate industry, Kanowsky said there are still many successful businesses in the SCV, and that his firm continues to attract new companies seeking help and advice with business or real estate transactions.

R. J. Kelly, president of the Castaic Lake Water Agency board of directors, said Kanowsky & Associates facilitated the water agency’s purchase of two new buildings in the same office complex. As part of the deal that was negotiated, the agency would get a $25,000 rebate to put back in the general fund if the agency closed escrow early, which it did.

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