GRG Law Firm Renews Lease, Fuels Revitalization in Downtown St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, MO: Gray Ritter Graham, a prominent law firm serving clients in St. Louis and throughout Missouri and the Midwest, is excited to announce the renewal of its lease in downtown St. Louis, a move that further solidifies its commitment to the city's revitalization efforts and is highlighted in a St. Louis Business Journal article by Gloria Lloyd, "Law firm will stay downtown, in 'strong signal of support' for city".
As a member of the St. Louis community for over 75 years, Gray Ritter Graham recognizes the importance of investing in and supporting the growth and development of the city it calls home. The firm's decision to renew its lease at 701 Market Street in the heart of downtown St. Louis is a testament to its dedication to the city's future.
"We are thrilled to renew our lease and continue to be a part of the exciting revitalization happening in downtown St. Louis," said Don Downing, a Gray Ritter Graham director. "St. Louis is a city with a rich history and a promising future that we want to be a part of.”
Gray Ritter Graham represents individuals, farmers and small businesses in injury cases, class actions and business disputes. The firm and its attorneys have received numerous awards and recognitions, including a “Band 1” rating (highest possible) for “Litigation: Mainly Plaintiffs” from Chambers. The firm's decision to remain downtown sends a strong signal of support for the ongoing revitalization efforts in the city. Downtown St. Louis has seen significant progress in recent years, with new businesses, developments, and cultural initiatives breathing life into the urban center. Gray Ritter Graham's renewal of its lease further strengthens the city's efforts to create a vibrant and thriving downtown district.
The firm's commitment to St. Louis extends beyond its legal practice. Gray Ritter Graham actively participates in community engagement and philanthropic activities to help make a positive impact on the lives of St. Louis residents.
"Retaining businesses and professional talent in the downtown area is critical in our city and the St. Louis region. We are grateful for the recommitment that the lease renewal represents," said Cara Spencer, St. Louis Alderman, Ward 8. "We look forward to continuing our support of Gray Ritter Graham in our community.”