After spending 37 years in its downtown Miami office, law firm Kenny Nachwalter is moving to Brickell.
The litigation firm just signed a 21,000-square-foot lease for most of the Four Seasons Tower, at 1441 Brickell Avenue. Though that lease encompasses most of the tower’s 11th floor, it’s actually a small downsize from the firm’s previous 22,904-square-foot space at Miami Center, near Bayfront Park.
“We made this move for a variety of reasons,” said Stanley Wakshlag of Kenny Nachwalter in a statement. “The Four Seasons Tower offers us the opportunity to secure a more efficient workspace, premium amenity package, and easy access for our firm’s clients, attorneys, and staff in one of the city’s finest office buildings.”
The tower is a 70-story mixed-use building that houses 250,000 square feet of office space, plus a Four Seasons-branded hotel with 222 rooms and 84 condo-hotel units. In addition to that, the tower has 186 residential units, a 50,000-square-foot fitness center dubbed Equinox, and the Edge Steak and Bar.
Gordon Messinger of commercial brokerage Cushman & Wakefield represented the building’s owner, Millennium Partners, for the deal.
“We’ve closed over 41,000 square feet of new leases this year and I expect more new tenants to make the Four Seasons Tower home by the end of 2015,” Messinger said in a release. — Sean Stewart-Muniz