Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that it has relocated its Mexico City office to the 24th floor of Torre Reforma 115, a 27-story modern high-rise in Lomas de Chapultepec. The new offices were designed by ZVA Group.
The global law firm has approximately 1,115 square meters for its 18 lawyers and 11 support staff based in Mexico City.
Hernán González Estrada, partner-in-charge of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Mexico City office, said:
“Moving to this gorgeous building underscores Norton Rose Fulbright’s growing commitment to Mexico and to our clients in this important region. This move gives us state-of-the-art meeting spaces and the flexibility to grow our Latin America practice.”
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Mexico City lawyers serve clients in a wide range of practice areas, including finance, corporate and M&A, energy, infrastructure, mining, oil and gas, projects, renewables and risk advisory.
The firm represents Mexico-based businesses in connection with their domestic and cross-border interests, as well as international investors focused on expanding their existing and new operations in Mexico.
Along with contemporary office space and a full suite of amenities, Torre Reforma 115 is near some of Mexico City’s most highly regarded residential and commercial zones, including Lomas de Chapultepec, Polanco and Bosques de las Lomas.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Mexico City telephone number, +52 55 3000 0600, has not changed.