Herrmann-Dunn Real Estate, Inc. is a commercial real estate company located in the Annapolis
Historic District, owning and operating some of the most prestigious office space in the
area. The primary focus of the company is the developing and leasing Class A office space
in downtown Annapolis, with an emphasis on the thriving business community along West
Street. The company is also active in commercial property management.
Phillip Dunn, the majority owner and manager of Herrmann-Dunn Real Estate, Inc. currently
manages buildings at 30 West Street, 44 West Street, 115 West Street and 151 West Street in
Mr. Dunn started in the development business in Annapolis in 1977. Residential projects developed
by the Dunn Development Company include:
- Hilltop Village (Condominium Conversion)
- Spa West residential subdivision
- Georgetown Grove residential subdivision
- Tucker Landing residential subdivision
- Chester Seven residential subdivision
- Valentine Creek residential subdivision
- Dellwood residential subdivision
- Port Lewes (Lewes, Delaware) 120-unit townhouse project
Loews Annapolis Hotel
In 1979, Mr. Dunn purchased the West Street bus station. After forming
a partnership with Baltimore developers Godine & Stunda, the new partnership developed
and built the Annapolis Hotel. In 1989, Mr. Dunn brokered this hotel to the Loews
O’Leary’s Seafood Restaurant
Dunn Development Company purchased the Herbie
Sadler property in Eastport, and developed O’Leary’s Seafood
151 West Street
In 1995, Mr. Dunn began assembling the property that is now the site for the new office building
at 151 West Street. Mr. Dunn participated in the design, development and construction
oversight for this building. The building is 100% leased to credit tenants.
30 West Street
Mr. Dunn purchased and rehabilitated the Middleton Art Gallery, located at 30 West Street in Annapolis,
in 1996. This 9,000 square foot Gallery, portions of which date to the 1760’s,
was successfully converted to Class A office space. 30 West Street is 100% leased.
44 West Street
In March 2000, Mr. Dunn and his partner purchased the Judson Martin Jewelry building at 44 West
Street. After extensive archeological studies, this building was rehabilitated
into 5,000 square feet of Class A office space with four parking spaces. After an
extensive build out, the entire property was leased to the University of Maryland.
115 West Street
In 2000, Mr. Dunn and his partner purchased the Satellite Auto Glass site at 115 West Street.
This site has been transformed into a dramatic Class A office
building. This four-story 22,000 square foot building is located
on inner West Street, directly across from the award-winning Annapolis Loews Hotel,
and is in the heart of the West Street Revitalization District. This premiere location
also features a magnificent fourth-floor view of the City of Annapolis and
the Naval Academy and is within walking distance of many of Annapolis’ most
loved highlights. And best of all – it’s now available to lease.