Miami-based law firm signs lease on the tower’s 36th floor
Miami-based law firm Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider + Grossman announced today that it will relocate its headquarters to the Miami Tower at 100 SE 2nd St. in downtown Miami from the nearby CitiGroup Center. The firm will lease approximately 7,000 square feet of office space on the 36th floor as part of its effort to create a post-pandemic, 21st Century workspace that will include co-working spaces for attorneys who prefer to work from both their homes and/or the office.
The firm’s new office space will feature “Zoom rooms,” multiple tech-ladened spaces to accommodate remote hearings and mediation sessions – adapting to the new reality of law firm practices.
“The pandemic changed the world of the legal profession and forced us to rethink working remotely, which not only benefits our attorneys’ quality of life but also reduces costs for our clients,” said Jeff Schneider, Managing Partner of LKLSG. “Our previous office was designed over a decade ago and it wasn’t efficient for us anymore. With today’s advanced technology and a preference for hybrid and remote work, our vision for the workplace has changed. Our new office not only reflects our attorneys’ work-life flexibility preference but also the evolution of the legal industry since the onset of the pandemic.”
LKLSG’s move is a sign of the times. The legal sector is revamping its real estate footprint, which is fueled by growth in remote work initiated by the pandemic. At the same time, the industry has invested in office technology to improve connectivity to provide faster and more efficient legal services.
LKLSG is a Florida-based commercial law firm that provides focused, efficient and hands-on representation in high-stakes legal proceedings including complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy and receiverships, lender/borrower litigation and workouts, labor and employment litigation, and international arbitration. Members of LKLSG are honored annually by their peers and clients in “Best Lawyers in America,” “Chambers USA,” “Super Lawyers,” South Florida Legal Guide’s “Top Lawyers,” and Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite.”