500,000 square foot portfolio located in Baltimore-Washington DC area
The buyer said in a press release that Mary Brickell Village "provides for compelling value-creation opportunities as the site’s zoning allows for the potential to develop up to 80 stories or 4.1 million square feet which could consist of residential, office and hospitality."
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