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Baltimore Crossroads

Baltimore County is undergoing a major infrastructural and development project. The White Marsh-Middle River area’s potential for commercial expansion had long been unrealized as a large, development-ready business site near metropolitan Baltimore City.

With the $60 million extension of MD Route 43, funded by the State of Maryland and Baltimore County, all of the necessary components for positive economic growth came together. The extension spans four miles, from White Marsh at U.S. 40 to Eastern Boulevard at Middle River, creating great industrial corridors with development-ready properties, unbounded transportation options and limitless potential.

Baltimore Crossroads at 95 is a 5.5 million-square-foot business community, which, as the result of a cooperative effort of public infrastructure and private development, promises to attract high-end business through its clear vision, careful planning, high standards and prime location. Set on 1,000 acres, the 2.5 million square feet of flex and office space, 2.5 million square feet of manufacturing-industrial space and 500,000 square feet of retail space plan are predicted to create up to 10,000 high-wage, value-added jobs and will stimulate $460 million in new capital investment over the next 10 to 20 years.

Baltimore County’s forward-thinking collaboration between public infrastructure and private development shows why the area is one of Mid-Atlantic’s best available industrial sites, given its ready access to major transportation routes and how it is “moving business through the 21st century.”

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