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  • Blue Ocean Realty Buys Downtown Baltimore’s Only LEED Gold EB Certified Office Tower

    Baltimore’s 201 North Charles Street has a new owner. Blue Ocean Realty, a local company, paid $19.7 million or about $75 per square foot for the property. Jonathan M. Carpenter and James S. Wellschlager of Cassidy Turley’s Capital Markets Group represented the seller, Lexington Charles Limited Partnership. The deal is the first significant investment sale in downtown Baltimore since 2007.

    Baltimore 09 September 2013 04:36

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