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Chamberlain Hrdlicka's San Antonio Office expands space and updates offices
A recent Law360 article discusses Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s 13,555-square-foot expansion lease at Weston Centre in San Antonio, driven by the firm’s continued growth in Alamo City. Since moving to Weston Centre in 2011, Chamberlain Hrdlicka has expanded its footprint from 4,056 square feet and two tax attorneys to 13,555 square feet and a team of 16 attorneys still focused on tax and practicing commercial litigation, probate litigation, white collar crimes, business torts, ERISA and employee benefits, tax-exempt organizations, tax planning and tax controversy.
The expanded 14th-floor office will offer 360 views of the nearby downtown and the iconic San Antonio River Walk. The space will include thoughtfully-appointed offices and conference rooms, equipped with state-of-the-art technology to facilitate seamless collaboration and client interactions. An enhanced administrative area will optimize workflow efficiency, empowering Chamberlain Hrdlicka professionals to deliver top-tier legal services. A centerpiece is a visually-striking moss wall in the office lobby, meticulously conceived to bring nature indoors and promote a serene, welcoming atmosphere.
Conveniently positioned in the heart of downtown San Antonio on the Riverwalk, Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s building, Weston Centre, features a rooftop terrace lounge, exclusive fitness center, coffee shop, front plaza activity center and a forthcoming private dining club. The 32-story tower recently completed an extensive modernization program.
Juan F. Vasquez Jr., San Antonio’s office managing partner and chair of the firm’s Tax Controversy practice, added that, “the office definitely has a real San Antonio feel and other touches that honor the local culture.”
Discussing the recent growth, Vasquez commented that San Antonio was a great market for the firm, regionally, nationally and internationally, especially in the core space of tax, with significant matters that involve national and international tax rules, laws and controversies.
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