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10 Light St. office tower sells; will be converted into 445 apartments
A Washington D.C.-area development firm is planning to convert Baltimore’s second-tallest building into a 445-unit apartment complex with first-floor retail.
Metropolitan Partnership Ltd. of Vienna, Va., paid $6 million for the Bank of America building at 10 Light St., according to state tax records. The Nellis Corp. of Rockville was the seller.
The 34-story 10 Light St. tower is the longtime home of law firm Miles & Stockbridge PC. The firm, which leases 120,000 square feet, is moving next year…
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