Lawyers for Children is reportedly looking for new office space after working out of downtown Miami’s Southeast Financial Center for about 15 years.
Squire Patton Boggs, a law firm, provided office space for the Miami agency until the law firm consolidated and moved to a higher floor in the building at 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, according to a published report.
Lawyers for Children fielded an offer for temporary offices at Quest Workspaces’ Class A suites at 777 Brickell Avenue.
In the meantime, the nonprofit accepted an offer for temporary space in the Southeast Financial Center, the Daily Business Review reported.
“We don’t need much space,” director Carolyn Salisbury told the Daily Business Review. “We just need a small work area to be able to serve our clients.” [Daily Business Review] — Katherine Kallergis