A leading Dallas law firm is buying and selling its downtown places of work for a new handle in a notable skyscraper.

Godwin Bowman Pc is using a block of business office space in Ross Tower at Akard and San Jacinto streets.

The law company, which specializes in company litigation, is moving from Renaissance Tower, in which it has been for two a long time. Godwin Bowman is having 24,616 sq. toes in Ross Tower.

“Godwin Bowman Pc is proud of its 42-year history in downtown Dallas,” founder Don Godwin stated in a statement. “We are fired up for the up coming chapter of our firm’s story in Ross Tower, becoming a member of other good tenants in a 1st-class creating in the coronary heart of Dallas.”

Ryan Hoopes and Tom Sutherland of Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the lease with Hunter Lee, Luke Aviles and Ben Cuzen of developing landlord HPI Serious Estate.

Godwin Bowman’s transfer to Ross Tower follows accounting agency Grant Thornton LLP’s the latest lease in the large-rise.

The workplace tower is extra than 75% leased with tenants including Arcosa, the Dallas Regional Chamber, IBM, Munsch Hardt, Perkins Coie and Willis Towers Watson

HPI of Austin, Dallas’ Bandera Ventures and Vancouver-primarily based Next Town Authentic Estate have spent more than $20 million on updates to the tower considering the fact that their obtain in 2015.

“Law companies proceed to prioritize significant-quality office room and buildings that provide a aggressive edge to their brand name, legal professional recruitment and retention and employees knowledge,” Hoopes stated.

Godwin Bowman’s prepared departure from Renaissance Tower will come just as the landmark downtown place of work has adjusted fingers.

The 56-story skyscraper — just one of downtown Dallas’ biggest — was just procured by San Antonio-centered GrayStreet Companions, which plans to overhaul the 1.73 million-square-foot Elm Avenue tower.

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