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Business in the Heart of Towson
Located at 300 East Joppa Road in the heart of Towson, Hampton Plaza Office Tower is a conveniently-located, well-appointed office building.
The building, built in 1971, includes appealing amenities such as a café serving breakfast and lunch and an onsite automotive repair shop and car washing service. Office tenants also have access to the building’s fitness center and pool and can take advantage of building features including a private walkway to Towson Town Center mall and an attractive courtyard with tables. Hampton Plaza is owner-occupied with a full-service management company onsite to tend to maintenance issues, making management of everyday questions and requests simple.
Hampton Plaza is located about half an hour from Baltimore-Washington International Airport, is in close proximity to the Baltimore beltway I-695, I-95 and other major routes, and is easily accessible by mass transit.
Its neighborhood, downtown Towson, is highly walkable and is populated with dozens of restaurants, shops, and parks.
Leasing Office Space at Hampton Plaza
For more information about leasing office space at Hampton Plaza,
including rates and currently available spaces:
Current Hampton Plaza Office Tower Tenants
CDM Retirement Consultants
An independent, non-producing provider of open architecture retirement plan solutions that helps companies efficiently and effectively run retirement plans
CMC Repro & Assoc.
Small and large format printing and creative work, including logo, brochure and advertising design for print and web
IMAGE Center for People with Disabilities
Provides Independent Living services including information and referral to services, skills training, technology for daily living, and benefits counseling
Leonard L. Maranto, D.D.S. and Maria T. Maranto, D.D.S.
Father-daughter dental team specializing in general dentistry for pediatric and adult patients, including restorative treatment, endodontic therapy, oral surgery and periodontics
Maryland State Department of Education • Division of Rehabilitation Services
Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services
The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) is a government agency of the State of Maryland that performs a number of functions, including the operation of state prisons. It has its headquarters in Towson. Additional offices are located on Reisterstown Road in northwest Baltimore.
DPSCS, one of the largest state agencies in Maryland, promotes public safety through its administration of state correctional institutions, and supervision of probationers and parolees. The department also provides services to victims of crime, and is responsible for providing criminal justice and law enforcement agencies access to information about defendants and offenders. DPSCS State facilities house about 20,000 inmates and detainees and the Department provides a number of programs
Robert S. Thomas, II, Chapter 13 Trustee
An organization that assists parties in the successful completion of Chapter 13 bankruptcy plans
State of Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT)
State of Maryland government agency responsible for tax and assessments
Success for All Foundation, Inc.
For 30 years Success for All has worked directly with educators in thousands of schools in disadvantaged communities to help their students achieve reading levels at or above the norm. In hundreds of these institutions, SFA students attain the highest reading levels statewide.
Whitney Baily Cox & Magnani, LLC
Services including civil, structural, transportation and marine and industrial/process engineering; GIS; innovative technologies; and construction
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
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