MDC Moves to Historic Baltimore Building

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New offices for the Maryland Development Center

Baltimore MD | March 1, 2016

The Maryland Development Center moved into new offices at 300 W Pratt Street, Baltimore. The classic building (the Wilkens-Robbins Building), is one of only a few remaining buildings with cast iron fronts was constructed in 1871. It was initially a warehouse. Located four blocks from the University of Maryland Medical Center, it is convenient for MDC’s physician partners. Camden Yards, home of the Orioles baseball team, is nearby.

“We are delighted to move into our new offices in this beautiful historic building,” said Dr. Gil Blankenship, co-founder and CEO of MDC.

About Maryland Development Center

The Maryland Development Center is a private company created to commercialize intellectual property developed in Maryland’s rich research enterprises. Since its founding MDC has explored dozens of technologies, created 5 companies, and filed numerous patents. Maryland has the largest research budget in the United States; MDC was created to help realize some of the commercial value of the extraordinary research programs at the State’s great universities and laboratories.

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