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Smith Moore Leatherwood to Move to ONE Development

Smith Moore Leatherwood to Move to ONE Development

December 7, 2012

Greenville, S.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP today announces plans to move its Greenville offices to the ONE development currently being built at the corner of Main and Washington Streets in downtown.

"The move to ONE will allow us to build a space that is custom-designed for the needs of our firm, allowing for a more efficient working environment while giving us the space to expand and grow in the future," said Tod Hyche, partner in charge of Smith Moore Leatherwood's Greenville office. "We are excited to be part of such an innovative new development at ONE, while returning back to our roots on Main Street."

Strongly embedded in the Greenville community, the firm first opened its doors 67 years ago, and ever since has been located on or within blocks of Main Street. In 2008, the Leatherwood firm joined forces with Smith Moore to create Smith Moore Leatherwood, which offers seven offices and more than 190 attorneys to serve clients’ needs in a wide range of practice areas.

ONE, a mixed-use development by Hughes Development Corporation, will be completed in two phases. Smith Moore Leatherwood will move into Office Tower Two in the first quarter of 2014.

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