Locust Point Office Building To Be Renovated and Leased

| September 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

Mitch Gold, owner of Gold and Company, and Jim Chivers, senior vice president of Gold and Company and Locust Point resident, have purchased a two-story, 4,500 sq. ft. office building 1104 Hull St. in Locust Point with plans to renovate the space and lease it to new tenants. The building was previously the home of the International Longshoremen’s Association AFL-CIO which relocated to Dundalk.

Gold and Chivers will start on the renovation in the next 30 to 60 days. The work will include adding new windows, updating the roof and mechanical systems, and adding a Baltimore- and Locust Point-themed mural to the north wall facing Under Armour’s headquarters. Gold and Chivers will complete the interior renovation based on the needs of tenants they sign.

Chivers said they are open to one or multiple office tenants for the building.

“We were attracted to the Locust Point neighborhood and being across from Under Armour,” said Chivers. “We see the other developments in the neighborhood, in Port Covington, and along Key Hwy. and wanted to be part of that energy.”

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