Fisher Phillips Doubles Downtown Space

Bigger office makes room for growing headcount and better social distancing

A garage door controlled by a button near the reception desk separates the kitchen area from the lobby at the new Fisher Phillips office in Denver.
Fisher Phillips’ decision to double its office space in downtown Denver was driven by rapid growth in attorneys and staff, but in the midst of a global pandemic, the upsizing has another important advantage: more room for social distancing. The firm on June 29 announced it has moved to 1125 17th Street, where it occupies the entire 24th floor for a total area of more than 20,000 square feet, up from around 10,000 at its previous space. The roomier digs counter a trend toward smaller physical footprints for law firms.  Managing partner Mike Greco said the bigger space was needed to accommo

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