RMCM Law Firm Builds Downtown Office Complex

A Las Vegas law firm that handles injury litigation cases is relocating within downtown by building a $4 million office complex two blocks from the Clark County courthouse.

Construction is underway for the new headquarters of Rogers, Mastrangelo, Carvalho & Mitchell at 700 S. Third St., the longstanding site of law firm Crockett &Myers.

The two-story office will measure 15,000 square feet and is expected to house 13 attorneys and 20 support staff. The 1.18-acre site has an existing building constructed in 1939 that will be demolished. The new Class A office building will have room for expansion and 42 covered parking spaces.

The area is already undergoing major redevelopment with the upscale Eclipse Theaters under construction one block to the south.

The law firm, which was established in 2004, is located on the seventh floor of the Bank of America building in downtown.

Managing Partner Dan Carvalho said the firm needs to relocate to accommodate its future growth while at the same time remaining close to the courthouse. He said it’s great to continue the tradition of a law practice on an historic downtown corner but with a more modern and larger building.

Former owner Jim Crockett of Crockett &Myers is now a full time District Court judge. He began practicing law at that location in the late 1970s with his partner Richard Myers.

The new building’s designed by local architect Michael Crowe, a former principal of JMA Architectural Studios whose project includes the new Las Vegas City Hall. The general contractor is OS Construction Services Inc.

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