Cox & Palmer Halifax Office Relocating to Nova Centre 2021

March 3, 2020

The Halifax office of Cox & Palmer is excited to announce it is relocating to a new home. In early summer 2021, the law office will change their address to the Nova Centre, located in the heart of downtown Halifax.

“We will be leasing 38,000 square feet. Nova Centre’s design provides an abundance of natural light, it is LEED Gold certified and features SMART building technology, all important factors to the firm and our clients” says Gavin MacDonald, Partner and chair of the office’s space planning committee.

Cox & Palmer has been located in Purdy’s Wharf since 1986 when it moved from Barrington Tower.

“This is a strategic move for Cox & Palmer” says Dan Ingersoll, Managing Partner. “We are experiencing continued growth and the Nova Centre layout allows us to create a customized space to meet our needs and those of our clients without expanding our footprint. The move makes economic sense for the Halifax office.”

“We’re delighted that Cox & Palmer has chosen Nova Centre as its new home,” said Joe Ramia, president and CEO of Argyle Developments. “As a leading Atlantic Canadian law firm, Cox & Palmer’s presence compliments Nova Centre’s prominent place of business in our region.”

The Halifax office of Cox & Palmer includes 160 lawyers and staff.