DOWN AT THE DERBY
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|Preston Scheffenacker Properties' Lori Rogers and Baltimore County Department of Economic Development's Helga Weschke attended a Kentucky Derby-themed broker event on Thursday for Preston Scheffenacker's Windsor Station. The developer turned the former one-story pharmaceutical manufacturing facility at 2810 Lord Baltimore Dr into a 230k SF, two-story, Class-A office that's 55% leased, leaving 98k SF available.|
|The project (above) won NAIOP Maryland's 2012 adaptive reuse award. There's also room for a three-story parking garage and a 250k SF build-to-suit that will become 2800 Lord Baltimore Dr.|
|Here's Cushman & Wakefield's Tim Jackson with Manekin's Scott Manhoff, who won first place in Cushman's Derby game when his business card was matched with I?ll Have Another. (We would've liked to see some more big flowery hats, gentlemen, but we'll let it slide this time.) Scott joined Manekin in March and tells us he's keeping busy because he's a generalist, a good thing to be in a slower market.|