Monday, October 22, 2007

County Considers Office Space in Oakland Mills

HoCo Exec Ken Ulman is considering moving some of his government into a new office condominium building slated to go up on the site of an old gas station at the Oakland Mills Village Center, according to this story in the Sun.

The county would pay $4 million to buy one 15,000-square foot floor of the four-story building.

The developer of the project is currently courting tenants, saying Meridian Square's "modern yet classic design" makes for "the perfect business atmosphere."

What do you that atmosphere helped or hindered by having government offices take up a quarter of the suites?

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