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Houston Chronicle – Houston law firm plans $6 million renovations to downtown offices

December 8, 2022

Article in Houston Chronicle on Chamberlain Hrdlicka lease extension and renovation plans

Houston Chronicle

A recent Houston Chronicle article discusses our firm’s long-term headquarters lease renewal at Two Allen Center and a renovation that will modernize the space to match its surroundings in Brookfield Properties' Allen Center campus in southern downtown.

Tim Relyea, David Guion and David Endelman of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant in the renewal. Bubba Harkins, Russell Hodges and Jessica Ochoa of CBRE represented Brookfield.

“We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with Brookfield and Allen Center,” said John Meredith, chief operating officer for Chamberlain Hrdlicka. “The recent Allen Center campus renovations and added amenities created an inviting work environment for our attorneys, staff and visitors. With additional improvements to our office space, we want to further enrich our entire employees’ experience and create a community space that takes our culture of collaboration and excellence to the next level.”

The firm has engaged architecture firm Gensler for a $6 million renovation to create collaborative areas and light-filled spaces and amenities.

“With Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s lease extension came their vision for a refreshed workplace and an elevated experience for their employees,” added Kenneth Wiesehuegel, Gensler’s South Central Region practice area leader for professional services. “The design considers all employees with areas like the traditional break room being renovated into more of an amenity space and opened to the natural light."

Read the full article here.