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Commercial Property

401 North
Charles St.

Office Building available for Rent or Sale 


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Commercial Building


401 North Charles Street is a 4 story Baltimore Office Building for Sale or Rent. The building was constructed in 1900 and was renovated with an extensive expansion 1984. It features a loft space at the penthouse level and interesting architectural details with elegant original wood paneling and bay windows.


The building includes an elevator that serves from the ground floor through the 4th floor. It also includes a basement that can be utilized for storage. Two parking spots are included at the back of the building. In addition, we own a parking lot that features 14 additional spots to be included for Buyers or Renters.

The building is located on the highly visible corner of Charles and Mulberry Streets, directly across from the historic landmark building of the Basilica of the Assumption. It is 3 blocks south of historic Mount Vernon and 8 blocks of Baltimore's famous Inner Harbor.

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More Details


401 North Charles Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 21201 

Ward 4, Section 10, Block 0566, Lot 001

Lot Size

63,726 square feet; 26’ x 126’

Building Size

Approximately 14,450 gross square feet, 12,280 usable square feet

Sub-basement (storage) - 690 sf

Ground level - 1,824 sf

1st Floor - 3,726 sf

2nd Floor - 3,178 sf

3rd Floor - 3,178 sf

Penthouse - 830 sf



Year Built

1900 with an addition completed in 1984

Current Use

Office Building


Additonal Parking

Ground Rent


2 covered spaces on site

14 space open parking lot close to site


4-story masonry office building located on the corner of North Charles Street and Mulberry Street.


401 North Charles Street


View the zoning area

of the building site

located in historic Baltimore City

Explore this 4 story

office building which also includes

a loft and a basement

This unique, historic office building

is located in the 

heart of Baltimore City

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