It All Started in 1967
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Leroy Merritt, who founded our company more than 50 years ago, often completed deals on a handshake. That level of trust and respect continues at Merritt today. We're committed to honest and fair business dealings that grow our customer relationships into long-term partnerships.
As a full-service commercial real estate firm with nearly 16 million square feet in more than 70 locations, we own and manage more commercial space than any privately held developer in the Baltimore/Washington area and have an unmatched reputation for our commitment to our customers.
See how we've grown and stayed true to our vision.
As a fully integrated developer, we’re proud to offer an expansive roster of in-house capabilities. Most importantly, you’ll find we have the personality of a small company. It’s the ideal combination: outstanding expertise and a unique ability to see things from a customer’s perspective.
True to Leroy Merritt’s vision, we focus equally on the efficient operation of our businesses and on our impact on the community—our commitment to doing what’s right, every day, for every customer.
Focusing on strategic planning and long-term goals, Scott oversees relations with financial institutions, government agencies, economic development organizations and industry groups. He joined the company in 1972. Scott is Chairman of the Board for the Maryland Economic Development Corporation and Maryland Free (formerly Maryland Business for Responsive Government), and sits on the Board and Executive Committee for the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, the Young Life-Urban Baltimore Board of Directors, M&T Bank Greater Baltimore/Washington Director’s Advisory Council, the Baltimore County Economic Development Commission, Caves Valley Golf Club Foundation, and the Board of Trustees for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. In addition, he has served on the Maryland Commission on Innovation & Excellence in Education (Kirwan Commission) since its inception in September 2016. He is also a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University and an MBA from Loyola University in Maryland.
Robb oversees daily operations and management of the company, having learned the development business from the ground up. He is former president of the Baltimore Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and is currently a member of the Legislative Committee. He also sits on the President’s Advisory Council for the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Baltimore County Economic Development Commission. At the national level, he also serves on the NAIOP Industrial Development III National Forum and sits as a governor on the NAIOP Research Foundation. In addition, Robb is a board member for the Maryland Business Leadership PAC and Living Classrooms Foundation. A graduate of the University of Colorado, Robb received an MBA from Loyola University.
Merritt Properties announced today that it has started construction on the first of four flex/light industrial buildings at Merritt TW Crossing in Durham, NC. Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation,
Merritt Properties announced today that it has purchased Lyndwood Executive Center, a two-building, 98-percent leased Class A LEED Silver office project in Howard County, Maryland.
A developer looking to establish a foothold in the Triangle has begun work on its premier project in the region even as some developers hit the brakes on new projects amid the pandemic.
People Over Profits I95 BUSINESS By Gregory J. Alexander Apr 08, 2020 Web Article
An undisclosed e-retailer has signed a full-building lease with Merritt Properties for 137,350 square feet of space within the developer’s I-66 Business Park, a six-building Class-A industrial park located in Prince William County. The building will be used for warehousing purposes and is set to be completed next month.
The Baltimore Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC)
Leroy Merritt’s greatest legacy was his spirit of generosity, and we are honored to carry on this tradition.
Our charitable giving focuses on providing for the immediate needs–food, clothing and shelter–of disadvantaged women and children in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
To apply for a grant, 501(c)3 organizations should submit a request detailing the program, budget and specific measurements or success stories. Please also provide your most recent IRS form 990.
We are always grateful to learn about organizations serving the immediate needs of disadvantaged women and children in the area. Unfortunately, we receive more than 800 grant requests each year and are simply unable to fulfill them all. Therefore, we ask that you ensure that your request falls within our mission statement prior to submitting.
We accept requests on a rolling basis throughout the year, and they are reviewed on a quarterly basis. Please email your completed request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your service to our community.