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Douglas Kington

Douglas Kington

Remax Commercial Logic
Business Broker
Baltimore City County, MD
Remax Commercial Logic

About Me

Douglas R. Kington has over 28 years of commercial and corporate real estate experience. Mr. Kington is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Maryland and is the broker of record for RE/MAX Commercial Logic. In 2003, Mr. Kington established Kington Commercial LLC, a full service commercial real estate brokerage firm, in Baltimore, MD. Since 2003, the firm has completed 68 transactions comprising of 341,372 square feet of commercial space and 45 multifamily units, having a total value of $39.3 million. For seven years prior to founding Kington Commercial,, Mr. Kington worked in the McLean, Virginia (Tysons Corner) office of Cushman & Wakefield. His practice focused on office and high-tech tenant representation, landlord agency and investment sales. During his tenure, he negotiated 87 lease transactions for over 1.1 million square feet, having a total value of $88.2 million. He worked on teams that provided tenant representation services to firms such as: General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Progressive Insurance, New York Life Insurance Company, and RWD Technologies. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Mr. Kington headed the Commercial Group of Otis Warren & Company, Inc., in Baltimore, Md., where he provided brokerage services to such clients as NationsBank (now Bank of America), Signet Bank (now Wells Fargo), LaVan Hawkins InnerCity Foods (dba Checkers) and Muhammad Ali Rotisserie Chicken. Before entering the commercial brokerage field, Mr. Kington managed the corporate real estate department for USF&G Insurance Company in Baltimore, managing a portfolio of 169 leases containing 1.9 million square feet and 18 assets valued at $220 million. Mr. Kington received a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering also from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Kington was featured in an April 29, 2014, Baltimore Business Journal article entitled “Cost of redeveloping Social Security site is too high for UMB.” Mr. Kington delivered a lecture entitled “Urban Placemaking During a Down Economy” at the March 2009 Business Over Breakfast meeting of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. In September 2004, Baltimore City Mayor Martin O’Malley and Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich jointly appointed Mr. Kington to the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners, where he chaired the Facilities Committee.


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