Real Estate - Commercial

Law Firm Relocates From Downtown To Autumn Hall

By Staff Reports, posted Jan 31, 2023
Law firm Cranfill Sumner LLP has relocated from its downtown office to a new location in Autumn Hall. 

The new space, at 5535 Currituck Drive Suite 210, was designed to match the brand’s company colors and meet employee needs. “The office will offer traditional office space for on-site employees as well as workstations and reservable offices for employees who primarily work from remote locations,” the firm shared in a release. 

Employees moved into the new location Monday. Previously, the law firm was located at 101 N. 3rd St., Suite 400.

“Our new office has been designed with all of our employees in mind and has been designed to maximize our space for each employee and provide flexible work areas to meet everyone’s needs,” John Martin, managing partner of the Cranfill Sumner Wilmington office, said in the release. 

Benton Toups, a partner at Cranfill Sumner, added that the team loves being part of Wilmington. “As working environments have changed over the past few years, we are excited that this new office will provide great opportunities for our employees to work together and collaborate in person and remotely,” he said. 

Cranfill Sumner employs a team of 49 out of its Wilmington location, according to a company spokesperson. 
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