Law Firm Inks Deal For Full Floor In Miami
ROIG Lawyers has completed an expansion at Courthouse Tower, located at 44 W. Flagler Street in Downtown Miami, less than a year after signing a 4,897 square foot lease deal at the building. The firm will occupy a full floor, a total of 6,363 square feet.
Brian Ahearn, CCIM with South Florida Commercial Real Estate Advisors/Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, negotiated the lease on behalf of the law firm.
Roig, Tutan, Rosenberg, Martin & Stoller, P.A.is a certified minority-owned Deerfield Beach-based defense law firm that has been defending claims for numerous insurers for more than 13 years. The firm, which is AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and listed in the A.M. Best directory of recommended insurance attorneys, currently has 75 attorneys and more than 100 support staff.
“We appreciate the real estate expertise provided by Brian Ahearn and his firm as Roig Lawyers has grown from our single location in Deerfield Beach to offices in Miami, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Tampa, and a presence in Tallahassee," said Michael Rosenberg, Managing Partner for Roig Lawyers.
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