Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, PC, has leased 17,640 square-feet at 3201 Jermantown Road in Fairfax. The law firm, formed in 1990 to serve common interest community associations in Virginia and Washington, D.C., plans to relocate from 9910 Fairfax Boulevard, where it has operated for nearly 20 years.
Jon Olmstead, principal, and Rick Meadows, senior vice president of Cresa in Washington, D.C., represented Chadwick Washington in the transaction.
The new office is located in a building known as Three Flint Hill, the first in the Oakton area to be redesigned to LEED gold standards. It offers a delicatessen, fitness center and a conference center where the law firm can host community association client seminars and meetings.
“We have been located in our current office space for close to twenty years and were looking to be re-educated on the entire Fairfax office space landscape,“ Ken Chadwick, shareholder and founding member of the firm, said in a statement. “After evaluating numerous options, including remaining at our present site, our decision was to embrace change and move boldly into the future by relocating to a fully renovated Leed Gold office space with the amenities that Three Flint Hill had to offer.“
Chadwick Washington has primary offices in Fairfax and Richmond, with a satellite office in Roanoke and additional resources in Washington, D.C., and Fredericksburg.
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