The Social Security Administration office at the Rotunda in North Baltimore is scheduled to close next month, the latest in a recent string of field office closures decried by activists and lawmakers.
The office at 711 W. 40th St. is slated to close June 22, when staff members will be relocated to other offices in the Baltimore area, according to Nicole Tiggemann, a spokeswoman for the Woodlawn-based federal agency. Tiggemann said in an email that the office is closing “due to an expiring lease.”
The owner of the Rotunda has been redeveloping the property with apartments and new retail. Tiggemann said the original Social Security space was “repurposed.”