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Holland Properties Breaks Ground on MXU in Columbia, MD

Holland Properties broke ground Monday on Lakeside Center in Columbia, MD. The center will offer 85,000 square feet of new development, including 30,000 square feet of Class A office/medical space and more than 55,000 square feet of retail.

KLNB has been retained for both retail and office leasing of the property. The firm’s Ryan Minnehan and Matt Copeland  will oversee retail leasing, while David Fritz and Spence Daw will oversee office leasing. Holland Construction will manage construction of the redevelopment.

As part of the redevelopment, Holland Properties is providing improvements to address the new, post-COVID normal for office tenants. The office space will include upgrades such as touchless building entry, touchless elevators, and medical-grade HVAC systems for proper airflow.

“We always want to ensure that our tenants and their employees feel safe and secure in our properties,” said Roger Holland, president of Holland Properties.

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