Morris|Hardwick|Schneider Relocates HQ to Buckhead, Adds New Group
Gaining a more centralized location in the metro, Morris|Hardwick|Schneider has shifted the headquarters team to Buckhead, taking enough class AA office space in Two Alliance Center to add a new practice area.
"Our firm is growing and we needed a new headquarters office that was more spacious and more centrally located. Our new office perfectly meets this need," said Nat Hardwick, managing partner of the firm and CEO of affiliate LandCastle Title. "We will continue to handle real estate closings in our former headquarters in Dunwoody as well.”
As part of the expansion move to 3560 Lenox Rd., the real estate law firm has created a sports and entertainment law practice, which Hardwick is overseeing. In other changes, Greg Thorne will head up real estate closings at the new office, which will also serve as LandCastle Title's East Coast hub. The 50-office firm also has gained a new senior managing attorney in Duluth and Buford, Dan Caserto. Meanwhile, Linda Krebs, a partner in the firm, has been tapped to lead the push into Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina.
"Real estate law will always be the primary focus of our firm," Hardwick stressed. "I am passionate about this, which is why we are building on our national reputation in the real estate industry by expanding into other states."
The 491,888-square-foot Two Alliance Center is owned by Charlotte-based Highwoods Properties. The 29-story office building, with direct access to GA 400, boasts an on-site café, fitness center and 5,900-square-foot conference room.