Determined to Provide Our Clients with Excellence
Since 1999, the commercial real estate brokers at Gold and Company have provided superior services to sellers, buyers, landlords, and tenants in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
When it comes to commercial real estate brokerage and development, we hold ourselves to the highest standard: THE GOLD STANDARD
We are ready when you are ready
Whether you are looking to purchase a warehouse or other industrial property, lease office or flex space, rent a retail location, or anything in between, we are ready when you are ready.
Your success is our success
The team at Gold and Company takes pride in our mission-oriented approach. No one can beat our loyalty and decades of independence. As we like to tell our clients, your success is our success.
Some of the Industries we serve
- Health Care
- Real Estate
- Supply Chain
President and CEO
Mitch started his career as a Baltimore-based commercial real estate broker in 1988. Within his first six months, on a cold call, he landed a 100,000 square foot warehouse lease with Universal Marble & Granite Company. Since then, he has… READ MORE
Senior Vice President
Since teaming up with Mitch in 2006, Jim has established himself as a major producer in the industrial sector. Combining strong interpersonal skills, loyalty, and market knowledge, Jim works diligently to expedite transactions to the finish line. When he is… READ MORE
Gary Joined Gold and Company in 2014. He specializes in office and industrial sales and leasing. Before joining the team, Gary’s spent seven years in business development and sales at Glover Equipment Company (formerly one of the region’s largest educational… READ MORE
Asst. Vice President
Alex has real estate in his blood. Both his parents and his brother are long-time real estate professionals. He joined Gold and Company in 2018 with a strong background in B2B sales and business development. Alex is an active alum… READ MORE
New in the News
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
Baltimore City to Lease Industrial Property in East Baltimore
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) recently leased 115 S. Kresson Street in East Baltimore City and will use the facility for storage of its fleet vehicles and equipment, as well as for office space. “We’re pleased to match with the landlord and the tenant,” said Chivers. “East Baltimore City industrial areas continue to show strength because of their proximity to the port and Baltimore’s major thoroughfares.”Read More on CityBiz.co
Baltimore Contractors to Relocate its Headquarters
Gold and Company was pleased to assist Baltimore Contractors in the search for its new office headquarters. In these COVID times, the property at Aviation Blvd. allows for a new office design to better support a hybrid work model.Read More on CityBiz.co
Cotten Construction Property in East Baltimore Sells for $1.7M
Cotten Construction, a family-owned business that has operated out of East Baltimore for several decades, has sold its property for $1.7 million as it plans to downsize its operations. Jim Chivers of Gold and Company assisted Cotten Construction with the sale that closed in June. “With several interested buyers, we were happy to create a win-win for Cotten Construction and the new owners,” said Chivers.Read More on CityBiz.co
Trevor Pryce’s Media Company ‘Outlook OVFX’ Leases Building in East Baltimore
Gold and Company assisted in a 26,000 sq. ft. warehouse lease for an extension of Outlook OVFX. Jim Chivers, who assisted with the negotions, says “Trevor and his company are without a doubt a benefit to the city, especially East Baltimore. He has the ability to tap into MICA and the other creative studios to keep our talent local.”Read More on CityBiz.co
Citybiz Interview with Mitch Gold, President & CEO of Gold and Company
Mitch started his career as a Baltimore-based commercial real estate broker in 1988. Within his first six months, on a cold call, he landed a 100,000 square foot warehouse lease with Universal Marble & Granite Company. Since then, he has brokered over 1,000 commercial real estate sales and leases.
Watch the full interview between CityBiz’s Edwin Warfield and Mitch Gold.Watch Full Interview
13,000 SQ. FT. PIGTOWN WAREHOUSE UNDER RENOVATION AFTER CHANGING HANDS
A 13,000 sq. ft. warehouse at 1201 to 1203 Bush St. in Pigtown was recently purchased by 1201 Bush St. LLC. The building, which sits near the intersection of Bush St. and Washington Blvd., was the former longtime-home of Ted’s Overhead Door. Jim Chivers of Gold and Company facilitated the sale. 1201 Bush St. LLC is undertaking renovations of the warehouse and 6,500 sq. ft. of warehouse space and a 3,000 sq. ft. loft space is currently available for rent.Read More on Southbmore.com
14,000 SF Drive-In Contractors Facility in Baltimore City Sells
A 14,000 sq. ft. contractors facility at 3834 Lewin Ave. in northwest Baltimore City was sold to A & A Construction and Utilities and will be moving from their Owings Mills location to Lewin Ave. Mitch Gold and Jim Chivers of Gold and Company assisted in the negotiations and helped finalize the transaction.Read More on CityBizList.com
One of East Baltimore’s oldest vacant warehouses is on the market for $1.1M
A nearly 150-year-old vacant warehouse in East Baltimore was put on the market this week for $1.1 million. “The property has potential for many uses of a multi-tenanted facility or for owner-users that have a need for light fabrication or a woodshop facility,” said Jim Chivers, vice president of Gold and Company, which listed the site.Read More on Bizjournals.com
Gaslight Square in South Baltimore Sells for $3.875M
Late last week Gold and Company brokered the sale Gaslight Square, a 100,000 sq. ft. architecturally significant mixed-use office and light industrial complex on 2.7 acres located in Carroll-Camden just south of downtown. The sales price registered at $3,875,000. Gold and Company brought the seller and buyer together and will assist in bringing redeveloped campus to capacity.Read More at CityBizList.com
Compass Health Services Purchases 12,500 SF Building in Brooklyn for Its New Facility
Compass Health Services recently purchased 3530 S. Hanover St. in the South Baltimore neighborhood of Brooklyn for $600,000. Jim Chivers, vice president of Gold and Company, assisted the seller, Street Smart Capital LLC, in the negotiations and helped finalize the transaction.Read More on CityBizList.com
South Baltimore City Industrial Property Sells
The industrial property at 614 West Patapsco Avenue in South Baltimore City sold this week for $1.6 million. The 2.7-acre site with 7,500 sf of building, located in a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone), was occupied by the former owner’s construction company and is currently partially leased.Read More at CityBizList.com
Howard Energy Moving to 10,000 SF Building on 2.7 Acres in Brooklyn
Howard Energy will be relocating to Brooklyn, Maryland as the company recently purchased a 10,000 sq. ft. building on 2.7 acres at 34 Thomas Ave. Jim Chivers and Mitch Gold of Gold and Company assisted the buyer and seller on this $1.89-million transaction.Read More at CityBizList.com
East Baltimore Industrial Property Sells for $2.575M
Commercial real estate brokerage Gold and Company spearheaded off-market deal on Ovako building in East Baltimore CityRead More at CityBizList.com
Carroll-Camden Historic Building and Industrial Property Sells for $1.75 Million
1300 Bayard St., a 1.9-acre property with 38,000 sq. ft. of building space, sold for $1.75 million. Belsinger Sign Works is the anchor tenant of the property and will remain at the property for the foreseeable future. Jim Chivers of Gold and Company found the buyer and assisted Belsinger with the sale.Continue Reading on Southbmore.com
80,000 sq. ft. Office and Light Industrial Complex ‘Gaslight Square’ Hits the Market
Gaslight Square, an 80,000 sq. ft. office, industrial, and flex complex at 1401 Severn St. in Carroll-Camden Industrial Area, has hit the market. Space is currently available for lease and the site is also available for sale. It is being marketed by Jim Chivers and Mitch Gold of Gold and Company for $4.2 million with rents around $18/per sq. ft. for the vacancies.Read More at Southbaltimore.com
Auto Auction Company Copart Assembles More Than 47 Acres for South Baltimore Facility
Last week, Copart acquired 600 W. Patapsco Ave. in Baltimore City for $950,000. It has an 11,000 sq. ft. building with nine drive-in doors and a parking lot on a .73-acre property. The property, which was listed by Jim Chivers and Mitch Gold of Gold and Company, was recently renovated by D & I Development and Construction Finance Company.Read More at Southbaltimore.com
Commercial Spotlight: 6,000 sq. ft. of Eco-Friendly, Loft Office Space Available in South Baltimore
Ideal for an office tenant that wants to be in Baltimore City with access to main interstates, but not pay the current Central Business District rental ratesRead More at Southbatlimore.com
15,000 Sq. Ft. Industrial Building Leased in Westport
The recently-renovated building at 2701 Manokin St. in Westport now has a new tenant. Big Dog Core Supply Inc. signed a lease and will be moving to the 15,000 sq. ft. building. The business is relocating from a 4,000 sq. ft. space in the Carroll-Camden Industrial Area. Jim Chivers of Gold and Company assisted the landlord and tenant in the transaction.Read More at Southbaltimore.com
9.6-Acre Parcel in Fairfield Sells for $2.310 Million, Leased to Vehicle Processing Business
A 9.6-acre parcel at 1935 Chesapeake Ave. in the Fairfield Maritime District has sold on April 16th for $2.310 million. The parcel was operated for more than 50 years as an asphalt terminal by a subsidiary of Chevron. It ceased operations in 2003. Commercial real estate brokerage Gold and Company brokered the deal.Read More at Southbaltimore.com
Canton-based Contracting Company Relocating to Fairfield to Make Way for Eight-Story Apartment Building
Canton’s Halcon Contractors will be relocating to 1300 Chesapeake Ave. in Fairfield Industrial Area. Halcon’s new property has a 3,000 sq. ft. drive-thru maintenance building with an acre of outside storage. Halcon worked with Jim Chivers and Mitch Gold of Gold and Company for more than a year before finding the new home.Read More at Southbaltimore.com
What Our Clients Are Saying
Your dedication, your advocacy for your client, your research and most of all your considerate "can do" attitude make you the very best agent I have ever worked with... and I have bought over 30 properties.
I want to thank you for everything that you did to make this all work out for us. I really appreciate all that you did.
We are excited for the finished product. Thanks to Jim Chivers for getting it across the finish line.
Within a few days, working closely with Dan and Mitch we had a contract for a 94000 sq. ft. warehouse with very nice offices near the airport, train station and most important, the port of Baltimore. I could not have been more pleased with every aspect of our dealings with Mitch from start to finish.
As far as commercial real estate, Jim is relentless. Whether you are buying, selling, or leasing to or looking to lease, he leaves no stone unturned. Ironically he maintains every relationship he forges. If you want to grow as a developer, or even expand your real estate investments, I have not come across anyone even close. We have had many, many dealings with him.
As far as Gold goes, I wouldn't deal with anyone else in the area....they are a great family owned commercial real estate company.....very responsive...very professional....and, they definitely look out for their clients.
We are fortunate to have professionals like you who are committed to making Maryland a better place in which to work and live.
On behalf of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and our students, I would like to thank you for enriching their learning experience and sharing your wisdom.
I want to thank you for the excellent job you performed to keep the deal on track, and to protecting our interests. I honestly did not believe that the deal was going to work two months ago, and the fact that it did is a tribute to your tenacity. Without you, there would have been no sale, no purchase--nothing.
The transaction had a lot of moving parts: a long-term lease, an option to buy, a seller leaseback, environmental considerations, and major improvements to the building. It was a very important decision about the future or our company. You helped us achieve our objective.
Thank you so much for your help with the leasing of warehouse space for our new commercial laundry operation. This was a very important decision about the future of our business. We relied on you to make the right decisions, and we are most pleased with the outcome. We regard you very highly and will recommend you to anyone who may be in need of your services.
You guys were knowledgeable, creative, detail-oriented and professional from the beginning to the end. You showed considerable problem solving skills in the solutions that were part of the sale.
You guys were prompt, responsive, and insightful. Given our corporate constraints, some of the lease negotiations were tough. We appreciate the way you stuck with each deal and saw them through. Would we recommend your firm to other companies? Without hesitation, yes we would.
Slept at peace finally, with the attached [proceeds check] under my pillow, now to deposit it before the ink becomes invisible. Once in the bank my days will also be stress free and peaceful! Thanks for all you have done! It was a pleasure working with you towards my goal! I'll always remember your name Michael, oh sorry Mitch!! :)
Careers in Commercial Real Estate
Why is commercial real estate such a great career? Here are ten good reasons:
- We have the opportunity to solve problems.
- We work with commercial real estate, a most tangible, visible asset.
- We interact with innovative, successful people.
- We are part of decisions made at the highest levels of the hierarchy.
- We observe interesting things and processes.
- We are in the position to test our professional capabilities.
- We are part of decisions that involve significant amounts of money.
- We are part of decisions that have long-term consequences.
- We are in a position to be our own bosses.
- We have the opportunity to make an excellent income.
If a career in commercial real estate is of interest to you or you are already in commercial real estate and want to better your position, give Mitch a call at 410-578-1300.
We Subscribe to the SIOR Code of Ethics
- Act in the Best Interest of Those Who Should Benefit from Your Conduct
- Be Honest at All Times and with All Parties
- Honor Your Fiduciary Duties
- Be Sensitive to Potential Conflicts of Interest
- Disclose and Obtain Approval for Self-Dealing
- Document All Agreements and Keep Accurate Records
- Do Not Discriminate
- Obey the Law
- Other Codes Govern Certain Activities
- Be Truthful in All Representations and Advertising
- Do Not Make False or Misleading Statements about Others
- Disclose the Nature of Your Relationship
- Offer to Cooperate with and Compensate Other Real Estate Professionals
- Do Not Interfere with the Relationships or Rights of Other Real Estate Professionals
- Cooperate in All Professional Standards Proceedings
- Resolve Financial Disputes through Mediation and/or Arbitration