Previously accommodated at offices in Don Street, the firm has taken over an area on the first floor, alongside current tenants Deloitte.
Island firm Collas Crill has grown its commercial reach in recent years and now has established offices in the British Virgin Islands, Cayman, Guernsey, London and Singapore, providing services to leading financial institutions, high-net-worth individuals and international businesses and funds.
Managing partner Nuno Santos-Costa said: ‘The move to Gaspé House marks our ongoing commitment to our Jersey team as we continue to expand our global footprint. It represents our ambition and growth as a global offshore law firm and reflects our modern, forward-thinking brand and culture.
‘The new space is a professional and welcoming environment, reinforcing
a collegiate working approach that will support our long-term ambitions for the firm.’
According to December’s Royal Court records, Collas Crill has leased the space from Esplanade Development Ltd for 21 years at an annual rent of £726,142.50.
Gaspé House – named after the Island’s cod fishing industry – which stands next to the Grand Jersey Hotel and retains excellent views over St Aubin’s Bay, was built by developers Dandara and completed at the end of 2016. The top three floors house the Jersey offices of Canadian banking operation RBC Wealth Management.
It is understood that a global financial services company will be moving into the second-floor offices later this year.
Meanwhile, with a number of firms said to be looking to move out of cramped 1970s-build office space in the town centre, work is continuing on a second office block within the Jersey Development Company’s international finance centre project, with plans in train for four further office blocks on the site of the current Waterfront car park.