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St. John Properties and Baltimore Pickleball Club, LLC have signed a lease for 12,000 square feet at Timonium Exchange in Timonium, MD for an indoor pickleball facility.

12K-SF Lease in Timonium Exchange Brings Indoor Pickleball to Baltimore County

Commercial real estate firm St. John Properties and Baltimore Pickleball Club, LLC have signed a lease for the first fully dedicated indoor pickleball facility in the greater Baltimore County area.

Bill Holzman of St. John Properties represented the landlord while John Schultz of MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services represented the tenant in the transaction.

The concept is expected to open in late 2023 within a 12,000-square-foot space at Timonium Exchange, a single-story building on Greenspring Drive in Timonium, MD that consists of nearly 200,000 square feet of flex/R&D and retail space. The facility will include four dedicated pickleball courts, a practice wall and a mezzanine level.

“Baltimore County currently has no pickleball-only indoor venues, but I often see hundreds of people participating on makeshift tennis courts outside, while also playing in adverse weather conditions including cold and rain,” said Baltimore Pickleball Club owner Bonny Gothier. “With that type of commitment to the sport, we recognized the tremendous opportunity to fill an obvious need in the Baltimore community and grow the sport with the delivery of a world-class facility.”

Photo courtesy St. John Properties, Inc.


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