Norwood Development wants to help you build a home for your business at Warfield.
NDC President Jonathan Herman has over 30 years of experience in restoration and
a keen awareness of the benefits of locating your business at Warfield - from the
green initiatives achieved by redeveloping existing space to the valuable opportunities
in bringing your employees closer to home.
Herman’s experience in restoration has
won the attention and praise of municipalities and homeowners alike. In 2007, the
Carroll County Historical Society hired his company to renovate and restore Cockey’s
Tavern in Westminster. This 8,000 square foot brick building now serves as a valuable
resource for the Society and county residents. In 2013, Herman Construction won
the Maryland Preservation Award for Excellence in Residential Rehabilitation for
their work on Wilson’s Inheritance in Union Bridge.
Herman earned Maryland Historic Trust tax credits to redevelop the G Building and
intends to capitalize on the rich history of this building while investing in its
future by including modern touches like geothermal heating and cooling.
holds the lease to redevelop the G Building and intends to capitalize on the rich
history of this building while investing in its future by including modern touches
like geothermal heating and cooling.
Herman also has options to develop Warfield's
12,000 square foot E building and 7,200 square foot underground building.
With a little vision, it’s easy to picture your business in this impressive 7,000
square foot Georgian-revival brick building. Imagine clients and co-workers crossing
the palatial terrace to visit your office. Open floor plans on two floors offer unmatched
versatility to suit your company’s needs. Magnificent vaulted ceilings and dormer
windows on the second floor and exposed brick walls throughout are design elements
that will make your business stand out from the crowd. Preliminary lease estimates
are under $20 per square foot per year.
Completed in 1927, the “G Building” is one
of the newest buildings at the Warfield complex. Henry Powell Hopkins – who also
designed the Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University – was commissioned to
design the G Building for the growing needs of Springfield Hospital Center.
State Police Training Academy, Nexion Health and the Carroll County Dance Center
are already enjoying the benefits of having renovated space at the Warfield Commerce
and Cultural Center. Join them today.
Details on G Building gathered from information at the United State Department of
the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places.