Manekin: Moving state offices from downtown costs taxpayers

A prominent commercial real estate professional argues moving the Maryland Insurance Administration from downtown Baltimore will cost taxpayers money. Robert A. Manekin, a senior vice president at JLL with more than 40-years of experience as a broker and developer, contends moving the agency from the Central Business District to Montgomery Park appears to save Maryland money ...

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