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The W.B. Mason warehouse and office on Gerwig Lane in Columbia. Last week, Washington Capitol Partners announced W.B. Mason signed a 16-year lease on the property. The privately owned office supply provider will occupy the building’s warehouse and house a sales team on the second floor. The first floor will be home to a “Whatta Bargain Store” selling new, used, discontinued and overstock furniture.  (The Daily Record / Jason Whong)
The W.B. Mason warehouse and office on Gerwig Lane in Columbia. Last week, Washington Capitol Partners announced W.B. Mason signed a 16-year lease on the property. The privately owned office supply provider will occupy the building’s warehouse and house a sales team on the second floor. The first floor will be home to a “Whatta Bargain Store” selling new, used, discontinued and overstock furniture. (The Daily Record / Jason Whong)

Columbia industrial, office markets entice DC area investors

Peter Minshall, managing partner at Washington Capitol Partners LLC, believes Howard County, particularly the Columbia submarket, is ripe for greater attention from Washington, D.C., metro investors. Interest in Howard County, which tends to be associated more with the Baltimore metro area, is being driven by such factors as the county’s quality major employers, the wealth of ...

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Adam Bednar covers real estate and development for The Daily Record.

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