Corporate HQ For Medical Company Moving To White Marsh
NOTTINGHAM, MD — A medical supply company is moving to a building near White Marsh, following what real estate experts say is a growing trend of businesses leaving Baltimore.
Restorative Therapies, which creates and distributes devices for neurological rehabilitation, plans to relocate from Harbor East to Sandpiper Circle in Baltimore County this fall. Among the attractions were the single-story space, free parking and proximity to The Avenue at White Marsh and White Marsh Mall, as well as potential employees, officials said.
"This move continues the trend of companies exiting the city in search of flexible office space to accommodate their new hybrid work strategies, free parking and an easier commute for employees," Matthew Curran of MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services said in a statement. "Restorative Therapies chose this building due to its convenient location, access to amenities and ability to accommodate a variety of administrative office, assembly and warehouse and storage uses."
The company expects to have 35 employees in the more than 17,500-square-foot space.
"Looking ahead to our next corporate growth cycle, this location in Baltimore County provides a higher degree of convenience to our existing workforce, offers expansion space and places us closer to a highly-specialized talent pool that we intend to regularly tap into," President and CEO of Restorative Therapies Jim Janicki said. "The single-story configuration of the space allows our team to work closely together, which will improve synergy and communication."
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