Honigman's Lansing office opened in 1985 to serve mid-Michigan clients of the firm with business and other interests in the state capital. Since then, it has become an active and permanent part of the Lansing and mid-Michigan area business community. Its strategic location, combined with its integration with the firm's Detroit, Ann Arbor and Bloomfield Hills offices, enables the Lansing office to service clients who have legal concerns which are local, regional, statewide or national in scope.
Located on the 4th floor of the Phoenix Building in downtown Lansing, our office and conference facilities are designed to support the needs of our clients. The office is easily accessible and convenient garage parking is always complimentary for our clients. For more information regarding our Lansing office, please contact Kenneth T. Brooks at 517.377.0735.
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The state seat, Lansing is a thriving city of more than 100,000 people. The Lansing metropolitan area, commonly referred to as "mid-Michigan," is an important center for educational, cultural, governmental, business, and high-tech manufacturing institutions. The area boasts three medical schools, two nursing schools, two law schools, Michigan State University, the state capital, the state Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, a federal court, the Library of Michigan and Historical Center, and headquarters of four national insurance companies.
Lansing and its surrounds offer affordable living on the banks of the Grand River, and the downtown area has gone through a revival in the last several years offering residents many fine dining options as well as taverns, pubs and night clubs.
The area is home to the Lansing Lugnuts, a Class-A professional minor league baseball team affiliated with the Toronto Blue Jays, that plays at Oldsmobile Park in the city’s highly touted Stadium District. Oldsmobile founder Ransom E. Olds headquartered his fledgling car company, the Olds Motor Vehicle Co., in Lansing in 1897 until it was sold to General Motors in 1905.
While the home of the state’s government dominates the skyline, the bustle of Michigan State University can be heard in the near distance. MSU, in neighboring East Lansing, has the largest land campus in the United States and is home to several nationally and internationally recognized academic and research oriented programs, not to mention its dominant Big Ten Conference sports teams.
Several urban renewal projects by private developers are adding higher end apartments and condominiums to the Lansing market. The Arbaugh, a former department store across from Cooley Law School, was converted into apartments in 2006, and Motor Wheel Lofts, a former industrial complex, was recently converted into loft-style living spaces.