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Inland hires broker to re-curate suburban Baltimore center

Al Urbanski
New Town Village
New Town Village in Owing Mills, Md.

Inland Property Management, the Oak Brook, Ill., company that is one of the most aggressive acquirers of real estate space in the nation, has hired a broker to help it curate New Town Village in Owing Mills, Md.

KLNB, a leading Mid-Atlantic leasing firm, has been charged by Inland to strategically fill more than half the space in the 117,500-sq.-ft. center outside of Baltimore.

“We believe KLNB’s high-touch, hands-on approach aligns with Inland’s strong history and proven industry track record to find a new tenant that will nicely complement New Town Village’s current line-up and underscore our strategic plan to enhance the center’s offerings while also supporting the local Owing Mills economy,” said Larry Sajdak, executive VP of leasing for Inland.

New Town Village Center is the central shopping area of a master-planned community dating back to the 1980s.  Current tenants serve more than 150,000 people within a five-mile radius and include Starbucks, M&T Bank, Hair Cuttery, and Merritt Athletic Club.

A noted brokerage in business in the region for 50 years.  KLNB’s 83 brokers represent more than 440 retail properties in the Mid-Atlantic and has leased more than 10 million sq. ft. across the U.S.

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