Chesapeake Corporate Advisors signed a lease with Harbor East Management Group for 5,283 square feet of space in Harbor East.
Baltimore-based St. John Properties Inc. acquired a 30-acre site in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
Innovative Party Planners relocated to a 4,500-square-foot design studio and warehouse in Owings Mills.
Capital Women’s Care, a medical affiliate of Unified Women’s Healthcare, has signed a lease for 16,074 square feet of space at Maple Lawn, to expand its presence within the 605-acre mixed-use community located in Fulton. The women’s health care practice network will employ approximately 40 medical personnel and administrative staff at 8171 Maple Lawn Blvd. […]
The House of Mercy Church of God in Millersville Friday purchased 9,159 square feet of office space at 4326 Mountain Road in Pasadena in a deal worth $1.2 million. The property is on 2.2 acres of land and offers a mix of interior open flex spaces and offices. It also includes a large parking area […]
The city of District Heights Friday acquired three parcels on the 6100 block of Marlboro Pike for public use, planned for the city’s first expansion onto Marlboro Pike focusing on community policing and public service delivery. The city’s expansion onto Marlboro Pike coincides with the official launch of its economic development initiative, which will focus […]
Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corporation announced the signing of three leases at The Shoppes at Webb Gin in Snellville, Georgia.
Terreno Realty Corporation completed the sale of an industrial property in its portfolio in Hanover for about $18 million.
Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corporation added a national pickleball operation to its Fox River Commons property in the Chicagoland area.
Baltimore-based Enterprise Community Development Inc. has closed on the financing for the development and renovation of 217 affordable housing units in Montgomery County.
Baltimore-based St. John Properties Inc. has initiated construction of Simms Technology Park, a mixed-use business community in Broomfield, Colorado.
Sales of new U.S. homes hit a 5-month low last month as sky-high mortgage rates continue to strain prospective homebuyers' ability to afford a dwelling.