Gilkerson Represents Buyer and Seller in Sale of Historic Building in Downtown Salisbury

MARCH 2014, SALISBURY, MD – Joey Gilkerson, Advisor with Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury, MD is pleased to announce the sale of 300 West Main Street, a 5,800 square foot Historic Building in Salisbury, MD. The three story building was built in 1900 and was originally used as a Synagogue. Joey Gilkerson represented both the seller and the buyers, John and Maranda Flamos. Gilkerson partners with Bradley Gillis on the Gillis Team within SVN-Miller.

The building will be owner occupied with a restaurant/retail on the first floor. There are three loft style apartments on the second floor with the potential for one more apartment or additional commercial office space. The building sold for $375,000.

John and Maranda Flamos, the buyers of the property state, “Joey was great to work with. He walked us through the entire process, from beginning to end, and was very resourceful and dedicated to the transaction.” For information about other available properties in Downtown Salisbury contact Joey Gilkerson at or call 410-543-2440.


SVN - Miller Commercial Real Estate, with offices in Salisbury, MD, Easton, MD, and Seaford, DE is a financial services firm specializing in commercial real estate. We provide advisory, brokerage, consultation, leasing and asset and property management services to clients in the Mid-Atlantic Region. We combine a comprehensive national footprint with local decision making, expertise and market-leading execution. We maintain an unequivocal commitment to our clients and community (#SVNgivesback).

SVN - Miller is an Accredited Management Organization® (AMO). Our team of dedicated professionals with market-leading knowledge includes a highly-trained staff of Certified Property Managers® (CPM®), Brokers who hold the prestigious Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, and members of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR).

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