Though based in two historic offices in North Florida, Bishop & Mills handles cases throughout the state.
The Jacksonville office, which also houses Bishop & Co.’s main office, is on the seventeenth floor of the Wells Fargo Center overlooking the St. Johns Rivers and is an easy walk to the county and federal courthouses. The building dominates Jacksonville’s skyline with its iconic mid-century architectures and offers premium amenities. In addition to ample street parking and a public garage across the street, guest parking is available beneath the building.
The Tallahassee office occupies the historic Bowen House, one of the oldest and most architecturally significant structures in Tallahassee. Constructed in New York in the 1830s and shipped to and reassembled in Tallahassee circa 1841, the building is named for Clare Bowen, who grew up in the home. Ms. Bowen was the lead plaintiff in Bowen v. Winterle, 30 So. 2d 536 (Fla. 1947), a landmark appellate decision in the area of preserving trees and historic structures targeted for municipal removal that resulted in the preservation of what is now the Calhoun Street Historic District on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It is at the corner of Calhoun and Virginia Streets and is an easy walk to the Supreme Court of Florida as well as the county and federal courthouses and the Capitol. The entrance and parking lot are in the back of the building, accessible off of Virginia Street.
Wells Fargo Center
One Independent Drive, Suite 1700
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
The Bowen House
325 North Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301