Ten prominent buildings, mostly in downtown Baltimore, have just come on the market due to the pending retirement of their owner, Richard Naing of RWN Development Group.
The properties represent some of the most unique and historic buildings in the city, including The Hotel Brexton and The Court Square Building. Many have undergone significant restorations or are currently being renovated.
Both sales and joint ventures will be considered, according to Naing, president of the real estate firm. He will also consider partnerships and other arrangements such as trade for a yacht or an exchange for real estate, specifically in Florida. More information is available here.
Naing’s portfolio includes:
- The Court Square Building at 200 E. Lexington Street;
- the former site of both Bourbon Street and Hammerjack’s at 316-318 Guilford Avenue;
- the 29-room Hotel Brexton on Park Avenue and 913 Tyson Street;
- the 125-room Inn at the Colonnade at 4 W. University Parkway (plus Unit 509);
- four units on Pierside Drive in South Baltimore;
- the Mount Vernon Apartments at 902-904 St. Paul Street;
- and a former Dorchester County courthouse at 310 Gay Street in Cambridge.
This story has been updated to reflect the correct number of units for sale on Pierside Drive.
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