As announced by its president, Iñigo Sagardoy de Simón, Sagardoy Abogados has today opened its new headquarters in the centre of Madrid.
On the inauguration of the premises, Sagardoy’s president stated: “We are starting a new stage full of illusions and new challenges. We spent 20 years in Paseo Pintor Rosales (where it all began thanks to the genius of Juan Antonio Sagardoy and the first group of lawyers). We have spent another 21 years in Calle Tutor, and we hope to start new milestones and projects in this new office in the centre of Madrid.”
As announced last May, the law firm specialising in Labour Law occupies 2,298 square metres in this refurbished Colonial building at 86 Calle Velázquez (Barrio Salamanca district) and counted on the advice of CBRE Spain for the move.
Sagardoy’s president added: “Changes are full of concerns and uncertainties, but we hope that this decision will help: firstly, our clients to whom we owe it, with better service and excellence (without them, this would not have been possible); and secondly, a fantastic environment that facilitates better (team) work for those of us who form part of Sagardoy. We are also accompanied in this new adventure by our beloved Sagardoy Business & Law School.”
Finally, he congratulated all who are part of Sagardoy Abogados for their daily effort and tireless work.