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Former Snap Wall industrial site in Canton hits market for $2.55M
The former Snap Wall site at 1000 S. Linwood Ave. is listed for $2.55 million. The high-profile property is among the last available sites in the neighborhood for redevelopment and so far has attracted several interested buyers ranging from developers to new users, said Jim Chivers, principal of Gold and Co. real estate brokerage, the listing agent.Read more on BizJournals
Clipper Construction Purchases Locust Point Building for Its New Headquarters
Clipper Construction, a full-service construction company, purchased 1642 Beason St. in Locust Point for $775,000 and will renovate the property into its new headquarters. The 8,100 sq. ft. building was formerly the home of A-1 Drive Shaft Company’s machine shop for more than 20 years.Read more on Citybiz
From Ralph Geier – Subject: Congrats
Date: June 19, 2023 Hi Jim, Thank You for all you have done to make this happen. If you ever need a reference don’t hesitate to use me. Thanks again, RalphRead Full Article
Industrial Outdoor Storage catch attention of end-users and investors
Industrial Outdoor Storage (IOS) has emerged as a significant complementary necessity among logistics companies that need space to stage or provide short-term storage for products prior to shipping them to the next destination. The requirement is particularly acute in port city locations, such as Baltimore.Read More on NAIOPMD.org