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This downtown Baltimore property has a history of hosting law firms

The building at 11 E. Lexington St. in Baltimore has a long history of being used as space for law offices.

The building at 11 E. Lexington St. in Baltimore has THisa long history of being used as space for law offices.

Address: 11 E. Lexington St.

Listing price: none

Date built: 1920

Space available: second, fourth and sixth floors

Property type: office building

Contact: Stephen Gilbert Sr., director Commercial Brokerage Group Inc. 410-303-6346; sgilbertsr@gmail.com

This building has primarily served as law offices for decades, and now three floors of the property are on the market.

The property, at 11 E. Lexington St., is in the heart of the central business district and less than a block from the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse. Currently the second, fourth and sixth floors of the property are available.

“It has been a law firm building for decades for a reason,” said Stephen Gilbert Sr., director of Commercial Brokerage Group Inc.

Gilbert touted the building’s design, which includes an interior courtyard that allows for a great deal of natural light in a building.

The building also has bucked the trend, driven in large part by tax credits, of converting older office buildings to residential units. Gilbert said the building is most likely too narrow for any type of residential conversion.

But the building is in an amenity-heavy area downtown within easy walking distance of the Inner Harbor. It is easily accessible via mass transit, with two Charm City Circulator stops nearby. It’s also across the street from a large public parking garage.

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