Prior to 2020, it was predicted that urban office spaces would grow in demand due to the expectations of young professionals. However, according to a recent Bisnow article, “Office tenants in the Baltimore metro area are increasingly embracing workspaces at more suburban-style properties, and they are willing to pay higher rents for those spaces.”
Within the Baltimore Metro Area, accessible parking options have led tenants to choose office spaces in less dense areas of the city, enabling office workers to feel safe while remaining in close proximity to retail amenities and restaurants.
The Bisnow article highlights how The Village of Cross Keys offers the suburban-style amenities that office tenants have been drawn to recently. Its convenient location off I-83 where urban meets suburban, substantial parking, and abundant retail amenities makes Cross Keys accessible and desirable for workers commuting from both the city and the suburbs.
MacKenzie Commercial’s Senior Vice President Matt Mueller, who is responsible for office leasing at Cross Keys, states, “There are a bunch of pros [to leasing at Cross Keys]. You get parking, proximity to Johns Hopkins and other hospitals, accessibility to nearby private schools and it’s close to where C-suite executives generally live.”
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