DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers to move to former Palmers Grill space
08/14/2014 3:11 PM
08/14/2014 4:11 PM
A new business is opening in the former Palmers Grill space near K-96 and Webb Road where Fritz Co. Grille used to be.
Not surprisingly, it’s not a restaurant.
DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers has bought the building.
“We’ve been growing fast,” says Dustin DeVaughn, who founded the firm with Richard W. James in early 2012.
Their firm, which has 14 employees, including five lawyers, is now in 2,000 square feet a half mile east of Greenwich on Central.
The new space is about 7,500 square feet, and DeVaughn says the firm will be using the whole building.
He says the firm is adding another attorney and a couple of employees.
“We’re wanting to be in there and working before the beginning of the new year,” DeVaughn says.
Classic Real Estate handled the deal.
“We loved the visibility there on K-96,” DeVaughn says. “It’s a beautiful environment right there, and there’s going to be some exciting stuff happening out there.”
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