MORGAN & MORGAN CHOOSES 444 SEABREEZE FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY HEADQUARTERS
Daytona Beach – Morgan & Morgan, the largest personal injury law firm in Florida, is expanding its presence in the Daytona Beach market with the opening of a new Volusia County headquarters office at 444 Seabreeze Boulevard.
In addition to their new 5,500 square foot office on the first floor, Morgan & Morgan’s name will be atop the building’s west side. 444 Seabreeze is highly visible in Daytona’s beachside skyline to motorists crossing the Intracoastal Waterway.
“The 444 Seabreeze building has long been home to some of the top law firms in the area,” said Ted Lightman of NAI Realvest / Charles Wayne Commercial. “We are excited to welcome Morgan & Morgan to their prominent new location in Daytona Beach.”
Lightman represented the landlord in the transaction with Brian Adair and James O’Connor. Jeff Sweeney of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.
At 10 stories tall, 444 Seabreeze is the highest office building in Volusia County, complemented with unique views of the ocean and Intracoastal Waterway seen from the majority of its office suites.
Founded in 1988, Morgan & Morgan has grown to become one of the best-known law firms in the southeast. Today the firm has over 350 lawyers and more than 2,200 support staff. The new Daytona Beach office will be one of 23 offices in Florida and one of 40 nationwide. Morgan & Morgan has recovered more than $4 billion for more than 200,000 clients. The firm’s attorneys represent clients in a wide range of practice areas from personal injury, workers’ compensation, and medical malpractice cases to labor and employment, mesothelioma and product liability lawsuits to national mass torts and class actions.
The “444 Seabreeze” office tower is very pleased to have Morgan & Morgan complement the building, along with other prestigious tenants including Raymond James, whose name proudly adorns the south side of the building.
444 Seabreeze is owned by Seabreeze Office Associates, LLC, an entity of local businessmen Charles Lichtigman and Sanford Miller.
It is operated by Charles Wayne Properties, Inc. one of Central Florida’s largest commercial brokerage, management and development firms with approximately 1,000,000 square feet of property, which it owns, manages and/or leases.