Hogan Lovells has signed a 12-year lease with 600 Brickell at Brickell World Plaza, one of downtown Miami’s brand new office high-rises, and will move in early 2013.
It was previously reported in May that the international law firm had selected the 600 Brickell building after being forced out of space in the Sabadell Financial Center following a water leak and flood.
Hogan Lovells has been sued in Miami-Dade Circuit Court for $8 million in damages by the Sabadell landlord, 1111 Brickell Office LLC, for breaking its lease, but the law firm has questioned whether the flood caused permanent damage and mold issues.
Hogan Lovells will occupy 40,000 square feet at 600 Brickell. Other tenants include JAMS, a national arbitration and mediation firm, and Restaurant du Cap, the ground-floor tenant.
Jones Lang LaSalle’s Noel Steinfeld and Glenn Gregory represented the landlord, Foram, in the deal. Studley’s Richard Rome, along with Alexandra Hunihan, Greg Katz, Chris Lovell and Mike Hopper, represented Hogan Lovells.
Hogan Lovells has 2,300 lawyers throughout the world and 32 in Miami.
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