by Stuart Title Local knowledge can be a beautiful thing, so here is some. Fort Meade has a gate to the Post located in the Odenton Town Center Core only a couple of blocks (one New York block) from the MARC station. It is exclusively for pedestrian access either walking or biking. You do need a Fort Meade Gate Access Security Card used at the other gates in order to gain access. It’s a great way to get those steps […]
by Stuart Title A January 11th, 2019 article in the Odenton Patch referred to an earlier survey the Odenton Patch conducted of Odenton residents and what kinds of food and retail users they would like to see. The list is a Who’s Who of mostly national chains and who wouldn’t want the convenience of one in their own backyard. As a commercial Broker in the area for 35 years I can tell you no less than half of the “wish list” […]
For the past 11 years, I have had the honor and privilege to serve on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Fort Meade Alliance, advocating the needs and concerns on behalf of Fort George G. Meade. On 30 June 2018, that honor came to a close (for now I’m so told). For fear of forgetting to mention so many incredibly intelligent, dynamic and talented people I have worked alongside during this journey, I am only going […]
AJP was proud to sponsor a table at the Central Maryland Chamber of Commerce‘s Spirit of Community Awards dinner last night. We were pleased to have County Executive Steve Schuh and winning firefighter of the year Chaplain John Long, at our table. A great event celebrating those that go above and beyond in public safety, military and education! Congrats to all winners & nominees. Thanks to Frank Clark and Sue Clark of Google Business Photos America Inc for the cool 360° shot shown on our facebook page!
Over the past few years, Odenton has gained a number of new residents in some terrific new communities. The Odenton Town Center Advisory Committee is interested in hearing from them (attend their meeting and share your thoughts). AJP is also interested in your ideas on further Odenton progress. Whether resident or visitor to the area, when you look around, what comes to mind? Improvements, Transportation, Services, Future Progress, Out of the Box ideas? Let us know.
Stuart recently attended a talk on this program at AAEDC. We’re spreading the word as explained in The Biz Weekly (a publication of www.bizmonthly.com). Arundel Defense Tech Toolbox Opened to Boost National Security Companies The Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. (AAEDC) has unveiled its Arundel Defense Tech Toolbox. It offers a menu of financing, a workforce development grant and business development consultations specifically aimed at assisting technology companies with gross revenue of less than $5 million and fewer than 100 […]
by Stuart Title I attended the International Council of Shopping Centers’ Mid-Atlantic Conference at National Harbor on February 6 and 7. I have been attending this annual event since 1986. It is a convention for the retail real estate industry, developers and property owners, retailers and services to the trade. Upon leaving and to my surprise, I ran into Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh along with the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation President and CEO, Julie Mussog and their Senior […]
A. J. Properties received the following Thank You note for assisting the local Girls Scouts by offering temporary space to warehouse their cookies. “Stuart, I can’t begin to thank you and A. J. Properties enough for the use of the office space for the Girl Scout Cookie Cupboard. Having this location made it possible for all of the AACo troops to get cookies quickly and boosted our sales enough that for the 1st time in 5 years, our council hit their […]
I recently received a letter from Sally Shoemaker, President of the Odenton Heritage Society and long-time Odenton resident. Sally has lived in Odenton most of her life and has dedicated much of it to identifying and preserving the original historic and cultural assets of our area. In fact, the Heritage Society, which has been responsible for the renovation of the 1917 Citizens State Bank building and the ongoing renovation of the original Odenton Masonic Lodge for museum space, would not […]