Another downtown office landmark — an office tower built as part of the city’s Charles Center renaissance in the 1960s — is heading to the auction block. The 28-story Class A tower at 201 N. Charles St. will be sold in foreclosure on the front steps of the Clarence M. Mitchell III Courthouse on June 29 at 11 a.m. The 303,841-square-foot tower has been a mainstay downtown since it first opened in 1968 and has several law offices as tenants with ground-floor retail. Last year, law firm Silverman, Thompson, Slutkin & White moved from the tower into 400 E. Pratt St. near the waterfront, where its name now adorns the building.
Downtown Baltimore office tower hits auction block in foreclosure
June 16, 2022