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  • Baltimore Behemoth to Change Hands

    The tallest building in Baltimore is about to get a new owner. The Transamerica Tower, one of downtown’s most prominent skyscrapers, was placed on the market at the start of the year. Now, it seems to have found a buyer.

    Baltimore 28 June 2015 01:34
  • Two More D.C. Office Properties Change Hands

    Two more D.C.-area office properties have changed hands this month.

    Washington Dc 23 April 2015 18:53
  • Paragon Outlet Partners to Build 568,000 Sq.Ft. Shopping Center In White Marsh

    A local company plans to bring another shopping center to the Baltimore metropolitan area. Paragon Outlet Partners LLC announced on Monday, February 2, the acquisition of more than 50 acres of land, in the White Marsh section of Baltimore County. The developer intends to build a 568,000-square-foot open-air outlet shopping center on the site.

    Baltimore 04 February 2015 08:00
  • COPT Sells Eight White Marsh Properties for $28.75M

    Corporate Office Properties Trust announced last week it has completed the sale of eight commercial properties in the Greater Baltimore submarket of White Marsh. The properties were sold in three separate transactions for a total of $28.75 million. According to COPT, the transactions generated net proceeds of $28.0 million.

    Baltimore 15 August 2014 15:50
  • USRA To Stay in Howard County, Buys 90,000-Sq.Ft. Building at Columbia Gateway

    The Universities Space Research Association (USRA) has recently purchased a 90,000-square-foot building in Corporate Office Properties Trust’s 630-acre Columbia Gateway business park. The acquisition means good news for Howard county, as the organization that conducts research for the U.S. Space Program had considered moving to other locations around the country.

    Baltimore 03 July 2013 20:02
  • COPT Announces Two New Virginia Data Centers

    Corporate Office Properties Trust (NYSE: OFC), a Columbia, Md.-based office real estate investment trust, announced on Monday, January 14, it plans to build two shell buildings in Ashburn, Va. (Ashburn Crossing). The company’s total investment in Ashburn Crossing is projected to be $42 million. It includes the remaining land on which the company can build one additional building. This is the latest addition to Loudon County’s growing data center market. The project will include two buildings with a total of 315,000 square feet. Construction on COPT DC-8, the first building, will start in early 2013. COPT DC-8 will total 200,000 square feet. The second building, COPT DC-9, will total 115,000 square feet. COPT plans to start work on in no later than mid-2014.

    Washington Dc 21 January 2013 06:09