Miami Center at 201 S. Biscayne Blvd. (Google Earth)
Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine expanded its footprint in downtown Miami, renewing its lease at the Miami Center.
Kluger Kaplan moved from the 17th floor to the 27th floor in one of the city’s most iconic office towers. The new office space is 24,133 square feet. The 12-year lease is good through 2026.
“Our prior lease was expiring, and we saw this as an opportunity to update our space,” said Alan Kluger, a founding member. “Miami Center is a first class building that has suited us very well. We like the proximity to the courthouse, the benefits provided by the adjacent Intercontinental Miami Hotel, local high-end restaurants, tropical views and the easy access for our personnel and clients.”
The new space is 1,900 square feet larger than the place Kluger Kaplan has occupied for five years.
The move was fueled by the need for a fresh, more contemporary and technologically advanced office, Kluger said.
Some of the technological upgrades include the latest touch-screen computer technology, state-of-the-art litigation support software and technology, multi-room video conferencing and enhanced e-discovery technologies.
Kluger Kaplan’s new home also features the work of contemporary Latin American artists. Art collecting is one of Kluger’s passions. Artists such as Jose Bedia, Edouard Duval Carrie, Magdalena Murua and Alfredo Jaar will be seen throughout the floor.
The firm has 28 attorneys and 29 support staff.