When Frost Brown Todd made the leap to move into four floors of a prominent building on Cincinnati’s skyline, they wanted a unique and special space that reflected the law firm’s energy and took advantage of the views and abundance of natural light.

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Of the 100,000 square-foot of space, three floors are dedicated to internal workspace. Customized attorney offices have glass fronts that share natural light and provide a sense of connectivity to the open workstations beyond. Collaborative settings include a coffee bar, library, huddle rooms and standup bars. In addition to providing an efficient design, the challenge was to incorporate building standards in a creative way. 

The client conference floor reflects the client’s desire for a modern and sophisticated space. Wood, natural materials, glass, decorative plaster and backlit onyx add warmth and texture. Often used for community events, this floor has an open circulation path so visitors can mill around several lounge areas, various types of conference rooms, the law library, a break room and a multi-purpose room that features large sliding doors that open the entire space to panoramic views of the city.  

“I love what BHDP has done for Frost Brown Todd in our new space in the Great American Tower. The design is clean, crisp, bright and energizing. Frost Brown Todd is very proud to showcase our space to the Greater Cincinnati business and legal communities.”

- Grant S. Cowan,
Frost Brown Todd, LLC Member