Exelon Corp., which has agreed to acquire Constellation Energy Group in a $7.9 billion deal, is seeking information on available commercial space in downtown Baltimore that could house the combined company's competitive power and "green" energy businesses if the transaction goes through.
Chicago-based Exelon has hired Studley, a commercial real estate services firm in Washington, to obtain general specifications of available space from local commercial developers and brokers, according to a request for information document sent by Studley in recent days and obtained by The Baltimore Sun.
"It's early in the process, and we're looking forward to gathering as much information and input as possible," Exelon spokeswoman Judith Rader said Thursday. ...
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