Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the sale of 226 Schilling Circle, a vacant, 98,640-square-foot office building in Hunt Valley, Maryland. Merritt Properties purchased the property.
Executive Managing Director Cris Abramson, Director Nicholas Signor and Associate Director Ben McCarty of Newmark Knight Frank’s Maryland Capital Markets team facilitated the sale. The transaction is the team’s fourth office sale in Hunt Valley this year.
“This asset provides a tremendous opportunity to renovate and update a large block of space in a thriving submarket with immediate access to countless amenities,” said Abramson.
226 Schilling, situated on 6.7 acres, was previously home to McCormick & Company and was built in 1980.
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