Jacobs & Crumplar Moving to Wilmington Riverfront


Since its founding over 35 years ago, Jacobs and Crumplar has occupied only two places: one at 800 Delaware Avenue in Wilmington and for most of the firm’s existence at 2 East 7th Street also in Wilmington. After almost 30 years at 2 East 7th Street, the firm is moving this time to the Wilmington Riverfront and specifically 750 Riverfront Drive, right near the Wilmington Blue Rocks stadium. The new home for the firm is a modern yet classic looking office building that is the home of other businesses. Jacobs & Crumplar will occupy the second floor of the building. The firm’s old location will be renovated into apartments with a restaurant occupying the first floor.

Any move is a process, and moving an entire law firm that has been in the same building for almost 30 years is no exception. The entire staff has been spending extra time going through old documents, scanning files, and figuring out what needs to keep and what can be thrown away.

The new office is conveniently located off of I95, which will allow clients coming from all over northern Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey to get to the office, with plenty of parking as well. The new office is only a short drive to the New Castle County Courthouse. Jacobs & Crumplar still has a satellite office in Georgetown, DE to serve its clients in southern Delaware.

The area around the new office has blossomed in the last couple years with many new apartments, stores, and restaurants opening up. The entire firm is excited about this new chapter in the history of Jacobs & Crumplar.

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