Downtown Reporting Services is a court reporting service with offices in Boca Raton and throughout Florida. We have spent the last 30 years establishing the most successful and well-respected court reporting firms in South Florida. We are one of the most technologically cutting-edge firms in Boca and we guarantee timely service and accurate transcripts.
With two offices in Palm Beach, we strive to ensure that we are conveniently located to local restaurants and lodging, should your needs require an overnight stay. Our Boca Raton office is located just off of I-95.
Whether you are local or from out of state seeking services here, we’re here to make your Palm Beach County legal case easier and will work with you to do all we can to ensure this ideal.
Please give us a call, send us an email, or stop by our office; we look forward to speaking with you!
One Park Place Executive Suites
621 NW 53rd Street, Suite 240
Boca Raton, Florida 33487
From I-95 to Yamato Road. Go West on Yamato and make first right after railroad tracks onto NW 8th Avenue. Pass the Embassy Suites and make a left (right before Tri-Rail station), then an immediate right into the parking garage.
About Boca Raton:
Boca Raton was incorporated in May of 1925. During the 1930s and 1940s, Boca was mostly known for its green bean crops, which were in high demand in the northern United States. The Army Air Corps established a radar training school in 1942, which later became the Boca Raton Airport. The building of this facility brought in many service men and their families, as well as civilian employees.
The meaning of Boca Raton has been the subject of humor throughout the years, as many wrongly assume this is a direct translation of “Rat’s Mouth” from Spanish. However, Boca Ratones was a navigation reference to a rocky inlet.
In the 1980s and through the 1990s, redevelopment of historical properties was the focus, including the original Town Hall and railway station. Other developments, such as the Boca Raton Museum of Art, have also expanded to meet the meet the need of a booming population.
Today, the city has around 80,000 residents and even more in the area of West Boca. Very few in Southeast Florida are unfamiliar with the name Boca Raton, and the unique metropolitan community. What started from a sleeping farming village of 18 people, it has quickly exploded in 100 years to become the envy of all its neighbors.