Law office Space for Rent near Perimater

Perimeter Center East:  new law office space for rent.  This LawSpace is all yours with great windows and quiet, exterior office space.

Contact Teri Atkinson to learn more.  Search with zip code serach 30346

Size: 15 x 15.  Beautiful and quiet, unfurnished office with large windows. Conference room and open parking lot.  This law office is worth checking out for your practice. Practice areas of current attorneys in the space: include Business, estate and probate, General litigation, medical malpractice, Personal Injury and Real Property. Perhaps a referral could come your way as you practice with lawyers in these practice areas.  Perimeter area is busting with plenty of activity.  

Address is 56 Perimater Center East Uite 450, Dunwoody, Georgia 30346

Find it at your source for revolutioninzing lawyers space sharing across the country. 


Corner Partner law office for rent -Newly renovated space

This LawSpace has it all:  Shared conference room,  kitchenette stocked  with drinks, storage and break areas, shredding service,  and plenty of parking for your clients.

High speed internet of course and for a bit extra per month, you can nab support staff space.   Call Keelin Roper at  404 838 7790. 

Check it out today. 

Great Atlanta Law Office Available Near Braves Stadium

Spacious and law office sublease available near Braves Stadium in Atlanta.  This  LawSpace is perfect for an attorney desiring to network with numerous other lawfirms and attorneys.  The owners of this LawSpace sublease to attorneys in various practice areas, and pride themselves on creating, by subleasing to talented attorneys,  a welcoming and harmonious legal community.   

Do not miss an opportunity to share space with  lawyers with law practices in these areas:  real estate,  social security disablilty,  domestic, probate litigation, bankruptcy, consumer contract law, commercial real estate, international law and securities law, personal injury, criminal, divorce, business and civit lititatin and trial.  Joining this group of lawyers space sharing at this convienent location would be a plus for any attorney.   

 Office address:  1820 The Exchange Suite 150 Atlanta, Georgia 30339.

The office is approximately 177 square feet.   For more details  please contact Michael Mclaughin at 770. 952.5000.  

Need a convenient Alpharetta law space office rental? Here you go.

More and more attorneys these days are opting to work from their home offices, rather than sit in traffic and travel to a law office. This will work some of the time, but what happens when you need to meet with a client? Meeting at your home or at a public location is probably not the most professional approach. However, leasing law space can be expensive, especially if you are a solo practitioner and/or have a small law practice. Good news; there is an alternative. What about sharing office space with, or subleasing from, another attorney? Sharing office space or subleasing can dramatically cut costs which will enable you to meet your clients in a more professional setting, instilling your client's confidence in your abilities. Let's face it, appearances should not matter, but they do. They matter even more to clients you are trying to attract.

Check out this listing for office space in highly desired Alpharetta: Beautifully finished law space has 3 private offices, a conference room, 1 workroom/storage, 1 restroom, and a combined office in the back of the suite. This is one of the nicest condominiums rented at North Point Park. The square footage is 1175, but could expand into a bonus room for a total of 1,575 square feet. North Point Park office condominiums are conveniently located directly off North Point Parkway between Haynes Bridge and Kimball Bridge road. Please note that showings are by appointment only. Please do not disturb business. Available Oct. 1. Don't miss your chance on this one. 

Office Market Sector Still Slugish in Atlanta

According to a recent report from Grubb & Ellis Company, the 144.4 million-square-foot Atlanta office market in the third-quarter 2011 has a 22.9% vacancy level. The reasons appear to be related to slow growth, undercapitalized ownership and starving landlords. Class A office space in the metropolitan Atlanta area decreased 9 percent to $22.62 per square foot during the quarter, and Class B rates dropped 2 percent to $14.48. The inventory of available sublease space decreased to roughly 3.6 million square feet in the third quarter, according to Grubb & Ellis Company, a drop of approximately 315,000 square feet on the previous quarter. Why the continued vacancy rate? For starters, there is a drop in rental rates due to unemployment. (In the legal sector, July, 2011 brought an increase in unemployment claims for Georgia lawyers.) Secondly, tenants are not renegotiating leases and moving to new office space. Principal Dan Granot of Joel & Granot Real Estate, LLC noted that "some submarkets have been head-and-shoulders above others in terms of recovery, but I do not know if what we are seeing are the results of true absorption or just a game of 'musical chairs' playing out."

Atlanta tenants are supporting the trend of moving from older office space to newer office space where they can seek higher quality. The legal profession is no exception. For instance, the law firm Fisher & Phillips moved from a prominent Buckhead space to a Midtown space, siting new quality accommodations which supports Rob Binion's (associate broker at LaVista Associates, Inc.) theory that 2011 "has proven to be a year of "flight to quality".

According to Binion, a flight-to-quality trend is most evident in the Class A sector of the Buckhead market, "with the overwhelming share of positive absorption for the entire city occurring in here - at the expense of Class B buildings in Buckhead and every other submarket in town". In March, 2011, we posted an article noting law firms' reactions to landlord's response to lease renewals. Decline of concessions or re-negotiations of the lease was highlighted. The climate has not changed. Lack of incentives for providing incentives for beneficial lease renewal terms and thereby, helping prevent law firms from exiting current law office space is not necessarily derived from Atlanta landlords. Binion seems to uncover one of the reasons why landlords have been unable to provide appropriate concessions to retain law firms: owners of these buildings have no capital available to pay for lease-up expenses, such as marketing, advertising, tenant improvement allowances to commissions and credit checks. If owners and/or venture capitalists holding (equity or debt) in Atlanta office buildings have dry coffers, the sluggish recovery will continue.

Simply, there are no funds available for needed improvements and marketing techniques. According to Binion, the " flight to quality" will accelerate. This leaves the owners of older Class B and C buildings effectively pulling themselves out of the leasing market until more funds are available to provide necessary factors or retaining tenants. Metro Atlanta landlords will have to remain aggressive in order to compete at least through 2012, according to Russ Jobson, Senior Vice President and Principal in Colliers International (Atlanta office). The decline of the recovery of the Atlanta office market sector directly influences the sublease submarket. If tenants cannot negotiate better deal terms for even a short term lease, their option for subleasing their space is a viable option. Additional "dark space" is not an option for profitable law firms. Atlanta law firms and other law firms around the country are turning to, an exclusive site for lawyers posting their empty law space and sharing law space with lawyers.

On the other hand, if the "flight to quality" continues, according to Binion's theory, law firms may relocate to a space which more appropriately accommodates the number of lawyers currently employed. Notes: Atlanta Business Chronicle, Commercial Real Estate Section, November 4-10, 2011. See Also: Law Firms with Unused Offices, Persistence of the Economic Downturn Forces a New Legal Landscape , Law Firms - Don't Use Your Empty Offices For Storage - It's a Waste