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Arundel Mills area teeming with shopping and … asymmetric warfare?

Turning the focus away from shopping and slots, a new BRAC-related office park near Arundel Mills Mall is beginning to fill up with tenants.

Praemittias Group Inc., a Denver-based defense contractor that focuses on asymmetric warfare, has leased 10,800 square feet in Arundel Overlook as part of a BRAC expansion near Ft. George G. Meade. This fall, 30 employees are expected to move in.

Arundel Overlook is built on 68 acres adjacent to the mega-mall, where Baltimore developer David Cordish plans to build the state’s largest slots parlor if Anne Arundel County voters approve a zoning change in November.
The business park, near the intersection of Route 100 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway at 980 Mercantile Dr., holds 313,000 square feet of space. Last year, the defense contractor 3Di Technologies leased 9,000 square feet in the park, developed by St. John Properties Inc.

Praemittias Group also has offices in Northern Virginia, Tennessee and Florida, and specializes in unique systems integration, advanced training and specialized staffing with a focus on asymmetric warfare. That’s defined for the common man as conflict between two disparate powers.

“The BRAC effect is noticeably enlarging and gaining momentum throughout the Baltimore-Washington region as campuses and facilities within the two Army bases move closer to completion,” said Jerry Wit, senior vice president for St. John.