Commercial Real Estate

Developers break ground on warehouse in Hanover to meet e-commerce needs

Developers break ground on warehouse in Hanover to meet e-commerce needs

Ridgeline Property Group has broken ground on a 101,000-square-foot warehouse in the Baltimore-Washington corridor, an in-demand location for businesses looking to meet e-commerce demands.

The building is far smaller than the largest industrial buildings going up in the region, but the infill property is near the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and has modern features that will appeal to users, according to Ridgeline, an Atlanta-based commercial real estate development and investment company.

The developer first announced the project, called Hanover Business Center, in 2015, when Ridgeline’s capital partner, Cabot Properties, a private equity...

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