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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Cuatrecasas moves its offices to Torre Sevilla in March

The law firm will occupy the 9th floor of the skyscraper from March. Cuatrecasas will move into modern, sustainable offices measuring 1,400 m². With the move, Torre Sevilla maintains its office occupancy rate at 95%.

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The Torre Sevilla skyscraper, owned by CaixaBank, will house the new offices of the law firm Cuatrecasas in the Andalusian capital from March. The firm, which is present in 14 countries and has experience in all areas of business law, will occupy floor 9, with a total of 1,400 square metres. More than fifty collaborators, including professionals and organisational staff, will enjoy a new spacious, modern and technological space that will reinforce the flexible and integrated work models that the firm has been implementing in recent years.

For Cuatrecasas Seville office managing partner José Moya, the new location will improve the service provided by the professionals to their clients. “More than just a physical move, the new office will symbolise a reinforcement of our culture of excellence and innovation in the legal services we provide,” Moya pointed out. Internally, the managing partner pointed out the benefits that the new space will generate. “We want all our professionals to feel valued, strengthen their team spirit and redouble their desire to continue developing their talent. We are convinced that Torre Sevilla is the ideal space to achieve our objectives,” Moya underlined. The new facilities will stand out for their investment in collaborative workspaces and being an eminently digital environment, with technology that allows for greater agility, information security and productivity.

Jordi Soldevila, chairman of Puerto Triana, the managing entity of Torre Sevilla and a wholly-owned subsidiary of CaixaBank, said: “The confidence shown in Torre Sevilla by large international companies such as Cuatrecasas demonstrates the added value offered to companies and their employees by this unique and highly representative building, the flagship of the premium office market in Andalusia.”

The Torre Sevilla skyscraper has 18 floors of office space and is an example of a sustainable building with the LEED Gold seal, which rewards good environmental practices in the maintenance and management of the building.

With the moving of Cuatrecasas next March, the office occupancy rate remains at 95%.

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