Fictional corporate lawyer Miranda Hobbs turned her nose up at Brooklyn in the HBO television series “Sex and the City.” But today Brooklyn real estate is so hot that Weil, Gotshal & Manges — ranked 10th in this year’s Am Law 100 report — is opening a Kings County office.

Weil Gotshal is relocating staff members from its finance, operations, and IT departments into 35,000 square feet of new space at 15 MetroTech Center in downtown Brooklyn. Weil Gotshal real estate co-head Philip Rosen says the move across the East River, which is scheduled for August, is the first for a major firm.

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