Charlotte

Bradley’s office in Charlotte, North Carolina, opened in 2004 and quickly built a reputation in the city for exceptional client service and integrity. Our attorneys are focused on serving the businesses and industries driving the expansion of the Charlotte market, so we are positioned to grow along with the metropolitan area. The Charlotte office has deep experience in construction, financial services, banking and finance, bankruptcy and restructuring, healthcare, and franchising law among its full suite of legal services.

Like the entire Bradley law firm, the Charlotte office makes community service a priority. Among the many organizations we sponsor or contribute to are the Second Harvest Food Bank, Charlotte Ballet, Council for Children’s Rights, and Legal Services of Southern Piedmont. Our attorneys participate with Habitat for Humanity to help worthy families build and move into their very own homes, and partner Tricia Gordon co-chaired the Energy for Life Walkathon of the Charlotte Chapter of the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation to raise money and awareness to combat the disease.

Our Charlotte office and its attorneys have been recognized for their work with numerous accolades in recent years:

  • Five Charlotte attorneys were listed in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.
  • Four of our Charlotte lawyers were ranked as leaders in their field by Chambers USA in 2017, and the office was recognized for its Real Estate: Finance practice.
  • The office was identified as one of the Charlotte Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in 2015.
Bradley’s Charlotte office has relocated to the Hearst Tower and will now occupy more than 35,000 square feet, accommodating nearly 100 attorneys and staff.

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Parking for visitors of the Charlotte office of Bradley is available in the Hearst Tower parking deck, with entrances at Google Map addresses of 149 E. 5th Street and 160 E. 6th Street.

Once parked, take the parking deck elevators to the Hearst Tower’s lobby. After exiting the elevator, follow the signs toward Visitor Registration.

The Hearst Tower uses a visitor registration process that requires photo identification. To prevent delays, we recommend that visitors provide our firm with their names as shown on their identification before visiting our offices. After entering the building, visitors will check in at the visitor registration desk and a security officer will direct visitors to the elevators to our reception floor.

A secondary parking location is the Bank of America Center parking deck, with entrances at Google Map addresses of 130 N. College Street and 250 E. 5th Street. To access our offices from this parking area, take the parking deck elevator to the sixth floor; walk through the One Bank of America Center lobby, through the skywalk to Founders Hall, and then to the Hearst Tower via the next skywalk.

From the North via I-85/I-77
From the I-85/I-77 Interchange, travel south on I-77 to Exit 10C. Exit at 5th Street West. At the top of the exit ramp, turn left onto 5th Street. Continue on 5th Street for 1.1 miles. After crossing Tryon Street, the Hearst Tower parking deck entrance is on the left.

From the South via I-85
From the I-85/I-77 Interchange, travel south on I-77 to Exit 10C. Exit at 5th Street West. At the top of the exit ramp, turn left onto 5th Street. Continue on 5th Street for 1.1 miles. After crossing Tryon Street, the Hearst Tower parking deck entrance is on the left.

From the South via I-77
Take Exit 10B (Trade Street). At the stoplight at the bottom of the exit ramp, cross Trade Street and continue to the next stoplight at 5th Street. Turn right on 5th Street. Continue on 5th Street for approximately 1 mile. After crossing Tryon Street, the Hearst Tower parking deck entrance is on the left.

From Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Take the Airport Parkway toward Billy Graham Parkway to Old Dowd Road. Take a right onto Old Dowd Road. Turn right onto Boyer Street. Turn right onto Wilkinson Boulevard. Wilkinson Boulevard becomes I-277. Take the College Street exit (Exit 1E). Continue on College Street for 6 blocks. Cross 5th Street. Turn right on 6th Street. The parking garage entrance is on the left.

From East via Independence Boulevard (Route 74/27)
Take Independence Boulevard to I-277 Inner. From I-277 Inner, take the 6th Street / McDowell Street Exit. At the bottom of the exit ramp, continue on 6th Street for 0.6 miles. The parking garage entrance is on the left.