Wells Fargo Plaza tenant downsizes with redesigned space
March 5, 2015

Gardere has renewed its office lease in downtown’s Wells Fargo Plaza, but the Dallas-based law firm is downsizing and moving floors in the 71-story building...

Gardere has been a longtime tenant in the 1.7 million-square-foot tower at 1000 Louisiana. The property is 93 percent occupied.

“Through the reduction of space previously dedicated to large law libraries, file rooms and multiple reception areas, the new space will provide the firm with increased efficiencies, as well as a sleek, fresh design that will significantly enhance the workplace environment for Gardere’s lawyers and staff,” Gardere vice chairman Eric Blumrosen said in a statement.

CBRE’s Dave Hanusa and Bonnie Kelley represented the property owner in lease negotiations. Mark O'Donnell, Kevin Hodges and David Endelman of Savills Studley represented Gardere.

Wells Fargo Plaza tenant downsizes with redesigned space

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