Miller Facilitates Sale of Shore Bank Building in Downtown Salisbury

MARCH 2014, SALISBURY, MD – Brent Miller, CCIM, CPM, Senior Advisor and Managing Director of Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury, MD is pleased to announce the sale of 100 West Main Street, an 11,407 square foot Historic Building in Salisbury, MD. The four story building was built in 1914 and was previously home to the Shore Bank.

The building is located in the Central Business District and has available office space on the first and second floors and five occupied apartments on the third and fourth floors. Kevin & Kris Adams, the new owners of the property state, “We are excited to be investors in the rejuvenation of Salisbury’s downtown via the purchase of 100 W. Main Street. We firmly believe Salisbury’s future success depends on the entire community working together to contribute to its renaissance. By investing in this beautiful downtown landmark, we have cemented our commitment to Salisbury’s progress.” For information about other available properties on the Eastern Shore of Maryland contact Brent Miller at or call 410-543-2440.


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