Brooks Pierce Expands Raleigh Office Space
Brooks Pierce is pleased to announce that it has expanded its Raleigh office with the addition of 5,915 square feet of space on the eighteenth floor of the Wells Fargo Capitol Center at 150 Fayetteville, bringing the law firm’s total Raleigh footprint to 43,047 square feet.
“The power of presence is so important to the work we do for our clients, and as we continue to grow, we are committed to providing space to work alongside our colleagues and clients,” said Managing Partner Reid Phillips. “We love our offices in the Wells Fargo Capitol Center overlooking the grounds of the North Carolina State Capitol, steps away from the Supreme Court of North Carolina and North Carolina Court of Appeals and centrally located between the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, the Wake County Courthouse, and the North Carolina General Assembly. This office enables us to be in the places we need to be to best serve our clients.”
The expanded office space is connected to the existing space with a newly designed internal staircase. As part of the expansion, the law firm added important works to its distinguished collection of North Carolina art, including works by Gayle Stott Lowry, Joe Cox, Henry Pearson, and Keiko Genka, as well as a commissioned work by Raleigh-based artist Mia Yoon.
Brooks Pierce is represented by global real estate advisory firm Savills. 150 Fayetteville is owned and managed by Highwoods Properties. Gensler completed architecture and design, with general contracting by Barringer Construction and interior furnished by PMC Commercial Interiors.