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St. John Properties, Inc., has signed Rehab 2 Perform to 4,965 square feet of space in the Waugh Chapel Business Park in Gambrills, MD for a physical therapy facility

St. John Properties Signs Rehab 2 Perform to Space for PT Facility in Gambrills

St. John Properties, Inc., has signed Rehab 2 Perform, a physical therapy practice group, to 4,965 square feet of space at 983 Waugh Chapel Way in the Baltimore submarket of Gambrills, MD. Bill Jautze of St. John Properties represented the landlord and Craig Kates of Edge represented the client in the transaction.

“Healthcare-related concepts have been among the steadiest performers within our portfolio over the past two years,” said Sean Doordan, EVP of leasing and acquisitions for St. John Properties.

983 Waugh Chapel Way is a single-story building containing 33,120 square feet of flex/R&D space. The property is within Waugh Chapel Business Park, a 24-acre mixed-use business community configured to support approximately 225,000 square feet of flex/R&D and retail space. The park is six miles from US 50, 14 miles from Interstate 495 and 15 miles from Annapolis.

The lease represents The Rehab 2 Perform’s seventh location in the Baltimore and Washington, DC metro regions.


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