Clark Hill's Relocation in San Francisco Looks Towards the Future of Remote Work, Hoteling
Clark Hill announced today that the firm has moved into new offices at 505 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA with approximately 15,000 square feet of space on the 13th floor, in a lease executed with Newmark Knight Frank Realty.
The offices have been built out not only for ergonomic modern sensibility, but also for hoteling, shared offices, and employee’s flex schedule. The space also includes a work café. An underlying theme in designing the new space was fostering collaboration among individuals and teams of lawyers, offering spaces for guests to work comfortably and efficiently outside their offices. This move looks ahead to life after the pandemic, even before offices reopen nationwide for usual operations, and rethinks how their offices are sized and configured.
“We are thrilled to settle into our new space and look forward to the future of a collaborative environment,” said Tim Flaherty, Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill’s San Francisco office who led the search and the details of the move. “We have a unique and inclusive culture, responsive to the needs of our team and our clients, and the new space is a wonderful reflection of that DNA.”
The move was featured in The American Lawyer. Read the full article here but note that a subscription may be required.
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