Henness & Haight is proud to announce the opening of its second office location, situated in downtown Las Vegas.
The office is located in the City Centre Place building on 400 South 4th Street and is open 8-5pm, Monday through Friday.
One of the most notable features of the new office is its proximity to the Regional Justice Center, which houses the city’s Municipal, Justice, and District courts.
“It’s much easier for our attorneys and clients when we’re so close to the courthouse,” founding partner Michael Haight stated. “We really couldn’t be any closer.”
The office is situated directly across the street from the Regional Justice Center, a mere few minutes’ walk away. It is also located near the Federal Courthouse, the new Nevada Supreme Court building, City Hall, as well as the Historic Fifth Street School.
One of the firm’s primary motivations for opening the second office location was to be closer to clients living in and near the downtown area.
“This office will allow us to help people in a more efficient manner, being so centrally-located,” Haight noted.
Henness & Haight is also exultant to join the revitalization of downtown Las Vegas with such companies as Zappos, the Downtown Container Park, The Smith Center for Performing Arts, the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, the Mob Museum, as well as the Discovery Children’s Museum.
Originally located on Flamingo and Eastern, Henness & Haight was initially more centrally-located in Las Vegas and was closer to clients living downtown. After seven initial years, Henness & Haight moved to the Summerlin area where it has currently resided for 10 years.
“Our firm began near the downtown area, so with this new location, we’re essentially returning to our roots,” Haight remarked.
With the second office location, the team of Henness & Haight aims to provide greater efficiency and accessibility to those living near the downtown area as well as in the northeast and southeast of Las Vegas.
“Going through a traumatic event like a car crash tends to flip someone’s life upside-down,” founding partner Mark Henness stated.
“And it’s tough having to drive across town, so having a second location downtown and being closer to many of our clients is just another way that we as a firm can provide greater convenience for our clients.”
The downtown Henness & Haight office is currently open and details about the grand opening for the office will be announced soon.