Jerry Wit

  • St. John Properties will Deliver More Offices to Greater Baltimore

    St. John Properties is working hard to bring Class ”A” offices to the Greater Baltimore area. In recent weeks, the Baltimore-based commercial real company has started work on two projects that will deliver over 360,000 square feet of office space. St. John Properties, Inc. announced on January 15 it is working together with Greenebaum Enterprises on the construction of a four-story, 138,000 square foot Class “A” office building at 8135 Maple Lawn Boulevard. The building is located within Maple Lawn, a 600-acre mixed-use business community located in Howard County, Maryland. Development of this project includes 388,000 square feet of existing office space, as well as the development rights for more than 800,000 of additional square feet of office space.

    Baltimore 25 January 2013 17:11

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