Clark Hill Moves Birmingham Location
Clark Hill announced today that it has moved its Birmingham, Michigan office to the newly redeveloped space at 220 Park Street.
With approximately 60 attorneys and 40 additional staff members in its Birmingham location, Clark Hill’s new office will follow a design model similar to its other offices. Those concepts include using glass to create an open and bright ambiance, integrated spaces for clients, technology-enabled conference rooms, and hoteling options.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for us to reimagine and further extend our long-standing presence in downtown Birmingham,” said Dan Minkus, Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill’s Birmingham office. “We are very pleased with the inviting and forward-thinking layout that emphasizes collaboration and technology.”
According to the developers of 220 Park, the three-story building with nearly 48,000 square feet of office space, is being redeveloped for three new tenants, including Clark Hill. Clark Hill will occupy the entirety of the second and third floors of the building. Clark Hill’s new office location is within walking distance of numerous restaurants, outdoor spaces, and city attractions.
“The way law is practiced has changed dramatically for attorneys and staff over the past three years, and our new space will embrace and reflect those changes,” Minkus said. “We are excited with our new home and pleased to remain in the center of the city.”
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