Walk around the headquarters of Silvercrest Asset Management Group, and you’ll feel like a little piece of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello landed atop a New York skyscraper. Antique maps of Virginia decorate the four-floor office suite on Sixth Avenue, as do paintings of bird dogs on the hunt. A portrait of Archibald Stuart, a pal of the third U.S. president and an ancestor of late Silvercrest co-founder G. Moffett Cochran V, looms over the lobby.
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