Taft Law Firm to Expand into Larger Space at STRATACACHE Tower

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Downtown law firm Taft Dayton announced that it will expand its current office footprint in the center of the city by 25% after it recently signed a 15-year lease to take up several floors of the STRATACACHE Tower, a 30-story building at 40 N. Main Street. The new lease will include renovations on the building’s 16th and 17th floors to create a more modern and larger space for attorneys and staff, the company told the Dayton Business Journal. In addition, Taft will also open a 3,900-square-foot Taft Center on the first floor of the downtown office tower, to be used for firm meetings, conferences and events. The Taft Center also aims to support the revitalization of downtown Dayton, serving as a gathering place for the community. Taft Dayton partner-in-charge Jennifer Hann Harrison told the DBJ that the expansion will allow the company to better support the community and advance the firm’s position as an employer of choice in Dayton.

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