In only 18 months, Mintz Levin has tripled the size of it SanDiego office to now employ 23 attorneys, notes T.D. Rolf, managingdirector in Studley's San Diego office. Rolf and Mike Catalano,senior vice president and branch manager of Studley's West LosAngeles office, represented the law firm, which they have alsorepresented in Century City, Santa Monica and Palo Alto, CA as wellas in Washington, DC.


Rolf calls the deal "an aggressive transaction" despite thelimited availability of comparable space in that size range in thesubmarket. The new lease is designed to accommodate the futuregrowth of the law firm's San Diego office by securing "a number ofoptions to expand within the building," he says.


The Gateway at Torrey Hills is a two-building, 200,000-sf classA office project at 3580 Carmel Mountain Rd. in San Diego's TorreyHills submarket. The building's landlord, Cisterra Partners, wasrepresented by Joe Anderson, Rick Reeder and David Odmark of Grubb& Ellis|BRE Commercial. Mintz Levin, an international law firmwith eight offices and more than 500 attorneys, opened its officein San Diego in June of 2006.

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