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Lantian Development Acquires Office Campus in Maryland for $11.5M

CLARKSBURG, MD. — Lantian Development has purchased the 204-acre COMSTAT campus in Clarksburg for $11.5 million. Lantian Development acquired the 496,000-square-foot facility from LCOR in an all-cash transaction. The building was constructed in 1969 as the research facility for COMSTAT Corp., which was created by the Communications Satellite Act of 1962. COMSTAT sold the property back in 1997 in a $46 million sale-leaseback deal. The property features 3,600 feet of frontage on I-270, a vacant main building and three special purpose buildings totaling 36,000 square feet. Avison Young represented the seller in the transaction, and John Wang of RE/Max represented Lantian Development.




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