AVAILABLE PROPERTIES ON MAIN STREET

For a small town, we have a healthy mix of professional and service businesses, mom-and-pop shops you don’t find just anywhere, and nationally recognized names outside of the Main Street district. While Middletown has all of the appeal of a rural community, including surrounding farms, and access to national recreational sites such as the Appalachian Trail, we are just an hour away to Washington, DC, Baltimore, and less than ten minutes to major access routes such as I-70, I-81, I-270, and the MARC Train. These buildings are full of personality and looking for their next adventure! 

Currently we have these properties available:

Middletown Memorial Town Hall

This Grande Dame was constructed circa 1923 and is looking for its next adventure in serving the Middletown community. Spacious inside with lots of options and opportunities! Work to save the historic exterior features may be eligible for Façade Improvement Funds through Main Street Middletown. For more information call Tony Checcia at 301-471-8669 or go to https://veritarealestate.com/properties.

Middletown Fire Hall

The circa 1954 and 1970 addition to the former Middletown Firehall is a larger facility than meets the eye! This space would make for a hip industrial artist studio and downstairs living space, or the next brewery or distillery. For more information, contact Chris Kline at 301-301-4106 or go to https://klinescottvisco.com/current-listings.

308 West Main Street

This gracious home with fine Greek Revival details is zoned Town-Commercial. Options abound for this ideally located property in the heart of old Middletown. Work to save the historic exterior features may be eligible for Façade Improvement Funds through Main Street Middletown. Call 301-694-3425 for Lapkoff for more information.

Old Valley Register Building

History lives in this Middletown building that housed the production and printing of the Valley Register by the same family from the Civil War to the 1990s when the paper was sold and rebranded to the Valley Citizen that we know today. Perfect for conversion to in-town living or mixed-use! Work to save the historic exterior features may be eligible for Façade Improvement Funds through Main Street Middletown. For more information call Tony Checcia at 301-471-8669 or go to https://veritarealestate.com/properties.

WHY CHOOSE MIDDLETOWN FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

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