MIAMI – Global law firm Reed Smith today announced that it has moved into its new home on the 26th floor of Southeast Financial Center, downtown Miami’s premier office tower where it has leased nearly 22,500 square feet of office space.

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Over the past several months, Reed Smith’s Miami presence, which was established in 2017, has grown significantly across several practices of strategic importance to the office and the firm more broadly. The firm has brought on prominent international arbitration, regulatory and litigation, corporate, and real estate partners, while also bolstering its Latin American capabilities. The office is well positioned to serve clients in Miami’s booming business community across a variety of practices including banking and finance, commercial real estate, crypto and digital assets, insurance recovery, life sciences, travel and hospitality, and technology.

“We recently celebrated our fifth anniversary in Miami and are extremely proud to have built a formidable team with strong relationships within the region’s business and legal communities and the state and local government, while also advising domestic and global companies currently or seeking to do business in South Florida,” said Constantine Karides, managing partner of Reed Smith’s Miami office. “We believe that the time was right for us to move to a new home that allows for continued and sustained growth and serves as a physical representation of Reed Smith’s reputation in the market – thriving, soaring, energetic, and well-connected. Southeast Financial Center met each of those criteria and I speak for all of my Miami-based colleagues in expressing our excitement in making the move.”

Situated in the heart of downtown Miami’s Central Business District, Southeast Financial Center has a total of 1.2 million square feet, making it the city’s tallest and largest office tower. The property is comprised of a 55-story office tower and features a 30,000-square-foot outdoor plaza, complete with beautiful landscaping, seating area and café and dining options. The tower also sits across from the city’s free Metromover and less than a mile from I-95, making it one of downtown’s best-connected office buildings.