Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the sale of 40 Wight Avenue, a 132,207-square-foot Class A trophy office building in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
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 fifth office sale in Hunt Valley in the past 12 months for a total of more than $144 million in value.
“This sale represented a very rare opportunity for an investor to buy a best-in-class, trophy office building with stable, long-term cash flow in a thriving submarket in the Baltimore region,” said Abramson.
Built in 2017, the five-story, 40 Wight Avenue is currently home to engineering firm JMT.
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