Commercial - Multifamily Land Original

Success Stories

Ours is a business where trying doesn’t count. Though we spend many weeks or months marketing a property, negotiating a contract of sale and years representing our client as the property slowly proceeds through the government entitlements process,  we  are only judged to have done our job only if that property settles.  Here are a few projects that demonstrate our excellence in selling land for development.

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Selling Large, Unserviced Tracts of Land No Problem for Maryland Land Advisors

Bell Family Land Now Kingsview Phase II We sold a 600-acre tract for the Bell family–one of the largest land owners in Prince George’s and Charles counties–to a regional developer who has now developed the project into Kingsview Phase II. The assemblage of land was challenging, as it had no water, no sewer, no roads…

Marketing and Municipal Know-How Make for a Happy Valley Summer Camp

Site on the Susquehanna Took Complex Negotiations The team at MaryLand Land Advisors was honored to represent the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic for the Presbyterian Church based in Richmond, Virginia, in what had to be a quick sale of a remote 112-acre summer camp overlooking the Susquehanna River. The client requested that we market the…

Homewood Seniors’ Complex Thanks to Right Mix of Partners

Owner’s Limited Zoning, Firm’s Desire to Create Seniors’ Housing a Perfect Fit An out-of-state investor hired Maryland Land Advisors to maximize the value of his property which had a zoning restriction limiting development to seniors-only housing. Lead broker Stephen Ferrandi and his team worked hard to find and recruit an investment-development firm. Stephen brought the…

Maryland Land Advisors Helps Make Thriving Communities

Knowing How to Get Approvals Saves Time and Money Maryland Land Advisors helped a family in conflict settle their differences surrounding the family farm, and saw the land through entitlement. Once the land was fully entitled, MLA represented Hamilton Communities in the sale of a 58-unit townhome community–Strawbridge Commons to Lennar Homes. In addition to…

Five Years to Turn Family Farm Into Arundel Forest

High-Quality Development Team Was Key In 2008, we represented the Miklasz family in the development of the family farm. Under a for-fee development agreement, we assembled and managed a development team that included a civil engineering firm, land-use attorney, traffic consultant, archeologist, geotechnical consultant, and biologists to help create a development plan for the farm.…