Ironworkers Trade Former HQ Buildings

Deals & Transactions

The Ironworkers Union had already moved to its new quarters in Largo. Now it has sold the property it left behind.

The Union turned 9100 Old Marlboro Pike over to the Baltimore Washington Labor District Council, in a $3 million deal just closed recently. The sale included two buildings, totaling 14,020 square feet, one that served as office and union hall, the other as a training center.

The Ironworkers Union, which includes the fearless folks that walk the steel beams on skyscrapers, had bought 9301 Peppercorn Place in Largo in early January, for $5.25 million. Marcus Daniels, Ed Luckett, and Terry Rogers at NAI Michael repped the Ironworkers on Old Marlboro Pike, while Andy Mayr at the same firm brought the Labor District Council.

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