Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the sale of the International Circle Portfolio, a four-building, 337,340-square-foot portfolio in Hunt Valley, Maryland. A local, family-owned investment and development company purchased the portfolio.
Executive Managing Director Cris Abramson, Director Nicholas Signor and Associate Ben McCarty of Newmark Knight Frank’s Maryland Capital Markets Team facilitated the sale. The transaction is the team’s 11th suburban-Maryland office sale in the last 12 months.
“International Circle includes two of the most recognizable multi-story assets in Hunt Valley,” said Abramson. “Located in the heart of Hunt Valley, the assets offer access to countless amenities, Light RailLink public transportation, and easy access to I-83.”
The International Circle Portfolio is 94 percent leased providing strong in-place cash flow from a diverse tenant roster with contractual rent increases.
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