HOUSTON – (Realty News Report)— The Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom law firm has expanded and renewed its lease in downtown Houston’s historic Esperson Building.
The law firm will occupy 42,000 SF, according to the Newmark Knight Frank real estate company.
The tenant, which previously occupied 39,000 square feet sparsely spread between floors 17-20, reorganized its footprint from a four-floor configuration to a more-efficient two-floor configuration.
NKF’s Vice Chairman Reginald Beavan III and Managing Director Joshua Brown represented the Texas-based law firm on the lease renewal transaction. Cameron Management represented the landlord.
“Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom has been a tenant of the Esperson Building since the company was founded in 2000. After having a great experience with NKF on our last lease renewal, we knew they would provide the insight needed to creatively consolidate space and create efficiencies,” explained David Disiere, Managing Partner at Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom.
In addition to the firm’s headquarters in the Esperson Building, it also has offices in Dallas, Austin and San Antonio.
The only complete example of Italian Renaissance architecture in downtown Houston, the 32-story Esperson Building was built in 1927 and dominated the skyline. In 1941, the Esperson Building was joined to the 19-story Art Deco Mellie Tower to create a unique and eclectic large block building complex that is connected via tunnels to downtown.
Cameron Management, founded in 1995, is a Houston-based commercial real estate group.
Dec. 9, 2019 Realty News Report Copyright 2019
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