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Carlton Fields Miami Office Relocates to 2 MiamiCentral

Miami, Fla. – The law firm Carlton Fields announced today that it has relocated its Miami office to 2 MiamiCentral, located at 700 NW 1st Ave, Suite 1200, Miami, FL 33136.

“Although we have all experienced much change in 2020, in-office and remote work must be balanced,” said Steven J. Brodie, Carlton Fields’ Miami office co-managing shareholder. “Miami is one of our largest offices and it’s a key market for many of our clients — it’s the gateway to Latin America, the Caribbean, and beyond. Our new home is a vibrant, creative, and sustainable space that is necessary to serve our clients and we are thrilled to be here.”

Amy E. Furness, Carlton Fields’ Miami office co-managing shareholder, added, “Carlton Fields’ new space modernizes our approach to client service. The forward-thinking design reimagines how we work. It aligns with our firm’s collaborative culture and our commitment to providing innovative client services in person or virtually.”

2 MiamiCentral’s office space sits 120 feet above street level, located on top of the Brightline, which is actively constructing a new rail line that will connect its south Florida stops to Orlando in 2022. The MiamiCentral Station is also a transit hub for three separate rail lines — Metromover, Metrorail, and Tri-Rail — all currently running and transporting passengers. The transit options will shape and improve commuting and living patterns for the firm’s attorneys and staff when they opt to work in the office, and in the future, the four transit options will enhance the firm’s access to clients, colleagues, resources, and venues outside of Miami. 

2 MiamiCentral also includes a plaza level featuring a fitness facility, conference center, and open-air terrace available for tenants and their guests. The building offers a range of amenities including an optimal IT infrastructure to support high-speed connectivity; valet parking; on-site dining options, a dynamic marketplace, Central Fare; residences and retail, entertainment, and fitness venues.

Carlton Fields opened its Miami office in 1997. Today, the Miami office has approximately 150 lawyers and professional staff. The national law firm offers a full range of legal services to clients across a wide variety of practices and industries. In Miami, the firm’s lawyers handle matters involving litigation, class action defense, high-stakes appeals, white collar crime, insurance, and sophisticated business transactions. Its location in the gateway to Latin America is especially beneficial as the firm provides corporate counseling for domestic and international clients.

Carlton Fields was represented by Matthew Goodman, Matthew Cheezem, and Jeff Gordon of JLL.


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