The relocation of Epstein Becker Green’s Columbus, Ohio, office to a newly renovated space in the Arena District was featured in Columbus Business First, by Bonnie Meibers. Steven Di Fiore, Chief Operating Officer of Epstein Becker Green, and Jennifer (Jenny) M. Nelson Carney, Member of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, and Columbus Office Managing Partner, discuss the move and renovation. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

Epstein Becker Green, or EBG, moved at the beginning of September to 250 West St. The firm had been in temporary office space at 375 N. Front St. …

Jennifer Nelson Carney, managing partner of EBG’s Ohio offices, said it was important that the firm stay in the Arena District because of all the nearby amenities and activities.

"It is fun to be close to sporting venues, we love overlooking (McFerson Commons) and the Arena District feels really exciting," Nelson Carney said.

About a dozen attorneys from Columbus firm Bricker & Eckler left about a year ago to start the Columbus EBG office. Since then, the team has grown to 20 with plans to continue to grow, Nelson Carney said. …

"We're excited and proud that EBG invested so much in Ohio with this new office and our new team," Nelson Carney said.

The new office space has individual attorney offices, many of them with glass and views overlooking the Arena District, she said.

Nelson Carney declined to disclose the cost to build out the office, but EBG's COO Steven Di Fiore said in a release that the project was a "significant multimillion-dollar renovation."

For more information, read our full Announcement: Epstein Becker Green Expands Columbus Office in New Arena District Location

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