St. John Properties

| Central Maryland

St. John Properties Central Maryland has developed and owns more than 1.6 million square feet of commercial space in Frederick County, Maryland.

Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, St. John Properties proudly serves over 2,200 clients across eight states including Maryland, Colorado, Louisiana, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Since being established in 1971, our portfolio has grown to 20 million square feet of space consisting of class ‘A’ office, flex/R&D, retail, warehouse and residential units.

We look forward to working with you, now and in the years to come.

Commercial Space for the Way You do Business

St. John Properties has developed and owns more than 1.6 million square feet of commercial space across four business communities in Central Maryland, with additional development planned throughout Frederick, Montgomery and Washington Counties. Established in 1996, the regional office also oversees development in Virginia, and is led by Regional Partner Matthew Holbrook.

Commercial Properties in Central Maryland:

Client Services Resources

St. John Properties arrived where we are today by placing our clients’ needs first. We work hard to ensure that your experience with St. John Properties is a pleasant and rewarding experience. See below to access client resources.

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Additional Client Resources

St. John Properties is seeking opportunities to acquire assets in Central Maryland including Frederick, Montgomery, and Washington Counties, including:

LAND | Flex Industrial, Retail, Office
JOINT VENTURES (over 200 existing JV partners) | Land, Development, Construction, Asset Management
EXISTING ASSETS | Value-Add Flex Industrial, Retail, Office

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5104 Pegasus Court  |  Suite A  |  Frederick, Maryland 21704  |  Phone: 301-682-9215

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