WICHITA — Eldon Boisseau has moved his Law Offices of Eldon Boisseau back to the O.W. Garvey building downtown at 200 W. Douglas.
“I actually started my legal practice in the top floor of this building more years ago than I want to talk about,” Boisseau says.
For the record, it was 1973.
Over the weekend, Boisseau moved into 2,546 square feet on the first floor, which brings the building to 100 percent occupancy.
The law office has been in about 2,000 square feet at River Park Place at 727 N. Waco along the Arkansas River.
“I’ve looked at that river for 30 years,” Boisseau says. “I don’t think it’s made me any money. … I just don’t need to look at that river anymore.”
Instead, he says he’s going to enjoy the high ceilings, open space and glass at his new office.
The Law Offices of Eldon Boisseau today is a two-lawyer firm, as it was when it began.
At one point, the firm had more than 150 employees in four cities before it split into other firms.
Boisseau says he doesn’t want to be that big again, but he is looking to expand.
“My plan is to grow, absolutely.”