06.14.17 Dunking Booth Highlights Broker Event At 1334 Ashton Road

Marley Welsh, Lee & Associates; Evan Feldman, Feldman Bergin Development; Kate Jordan, Lee & Associates; Eric Noonan, Hyatt Commercial and Bill Harrison, Lee & Associates were among the attendees at a broker event held at 1334 Ashton Road in Hanover, Maryland. Earlier this year Feldman Bergin Development, in partnership with Kenwood Management Company, acquired the single-story, 38,000 square foot flex/office building.

This represents the inaugural project for Washington, D.C.- based Feldman Bergin Development, a new entity founded last November by Evan C. Feldman, formerly with Archstone-Smith and Washington Property Company and Robert Bergin, who was previously associated with Corporate Office Properties Trust. Kenwood Management Company, based in Bethesda, Maryland, is a 20-year old commercial real estate investment and property management company. 

Lee & Associates Chesapeake Region is the exclusive leasing company for 1334 Ashton Road, with Kate Jordan and Marley Welsh handling the requirement.

“This building is an opportunistic acquisition for our group, given the strong market fundamentals that exist in the Anne Arundel County sub-market, coupled with the strong value-add prospects of this asset,” stated Robert Bergin, Co-Founder and Principal of Feldman Bergin Development. “We believe the economic drivers contained within this region, led by BWI International Airport, the presence of the federal government and a diverse business climate, will enable us to quickly accelerate the leasing of 1334 Ashton Road. Our team continues to scour the Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia region searching for our next value-add opportunity.”

Brokers were invited to fire balls towards the dunking booth station, with Bob Bergin sitting precariously above the chilled water. Scott Wingrat of Cresa Baltimore stepped up to the line and took the first shot. Which resulted in ....

... a bull's eye hit

Andy Andrews of Cushman & Wakefield (left) won two tickets to watch the Mets play the Nationals, and Tilghman Herring of Cushman & Wakefield took home a bottle of Roca Patron Silver

Bob Bergin, Feldman Bergin Development (while he was still dry); Bill Singer, Kenwood Management Company; Chris Feehley, intern with Cresa Baltimore and Scott Wingrat, Cresa Baltimore


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