Mid-rise multifamily community near Johns Hopkins

August 2016
Investment Opportunity;8/30/2016, p1
The article offers information on the Jefferson Square community by JLL Capital Markets firm at Washington Hill in Baltimore, Maryland. It mentions the property located near Johns Hopkins Hospital offers new ownership and the opportunity to purchase a best-in-class asset with ground-floor retail and amenities.


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