Alex Cooper Does It Again with the Sale of Clipper Mill Industrial Park Assemblage

Brooke Friedman

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BALTIMORE, MD., January 15, 2016 – Alex Cooper, a leading auction house in the mid-Atlantic states specializing in antiques, art and real estate, proudly announces the recent sale and settlement of Clipper Mill Industrial Park Assemblage for $3.4 million. The sale included four industrial properties; 1760, 1778-1780, 1786-1798 & 1800 on Union Avenue. Clipper Mill Industrial Park is located along the Jones Falls Expressway between Hampden and Druid Hill Park with easy access to downtown Baltimore and I-695.

Bradd Caplan, a commercial real estate associate for Alex Cooper, represented the seller in this notable sale. After achieving great success in the Hampden area by facilitating the sale of The Mill Centre in October 2013 he asserted, “We have had tremendous success selling in Hampden. The sales of both The Mill Centre and Clipper Mill Industrial Park along with other commercial properties has illustrated Alex Cooper as a notable presence in the commercial real estate market.” The principals of Remington Properties, LLC, the new owner of the assemblage, say they expect to see the Clipper Mill area eventually transition to nonindustrial use.

Matthew Cooper, Real Estate Broker

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