DOYLESTOWN, PA, December 22, 2016 -- After decades in the North Main Street location, the attorneys at Penglase & Benson have decided to begin 2017 in a new home.
But this move won't take the firm very far: they're heading from 110 North Main Street to new offices at 18 North Main Street, the site of the former Doylestown Trust Company building.
"We are very excited to move to this location and become a permanent member of the borough and the community," said senior partner John Benson, calling the building a "premier spot" in Doylestown. "With this enhanced space, Penglase & Benson, Inc. will be able to add to the services we can provide to our clients and grow to meet their needs."
Benson purchased the building with his wife and business partners, and the firm plans to begin operations from there Tuesday, January 3.
The building has a long history in Doylestown, having served as the community's police station - there are still stalls for police horses in the basement - and borough hall.
And while the firm appreciates this connection to the past, Benson points out that the new location is wheelchair accessible.
You can find Penglase & Benson's new home at 18 N. Main St., Suite 100, close to the Bucks County courthouse. They can be reached by phone at 888-PBLAW77.
Based in Bucks County, PA, the attorneys at Penglase & Benson have decades of experience in criminal law, family law, real estate and zoning cases and commercial and civil litigation.