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Maryland Office Rental & Leasing
Offices.net offers fully furnished executive suites, professionally equipped office space and cost effective corporate real estate in Maryland. The office space for rent includes a wide range of essential services, making setting up a business in Maryland faster and easier than ever.
- 300 E. Lombard Street
- 100 International Drive
- Inner Harbour Centre
- 1340 Smith Avenue
- 111 South Calvert St.
- 3 Bethesda Metro Center
- 6701 Democracy Boulevard
- 4500 East West Hwy
- 11810 Grand Park Avenue
- 4800 Hampden Lane
- 10411 Motor City Drive
- 7201 Wisconsin Avenue
- 9520 Berger Road
- Suite 300
- 10320 Little Patuxent Parkway
- 10440 Little Patuxent Parkway
- 10015 Old Columbia Road
- 8860 Columbia 100 Parkway
- 5850 Waterloo Road
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Maryland for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Maryland
Known as the birthplace of religious freedom in the United States, Maryland is also known as the Old Line State and the Free State. During early colonial days, the state was a refuse for Catholics from England. Although one of the smallest, Maryland is one of the most densely populated states in the U.S. The state's largest city is Baltimore and its capital is Annapolis. Maryland's diversified economy has strong high technology, biosciences, and services sectors. Other key industries include advanced manufacturing and international trade. The state has the second highest concentration of professional and technical workers in the country, and the third highest level of educational attainment. Maryland's location also allows it to have a significant role in transportation thanks to access to Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, and the Port of Baltimore is one of the country's busiest ports.