TEDCO Headquarters is Moving

TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, today announced its move to a new office space in Downtown Columbia’s Merriweather District, effective Q1 2024.

“This move represents more than a change of scenery – it’s a testament to TEDCO’s strategic decision making aimed at enhancing our support for Maryland’s innovation ecosystem,” said Troy LeMaile-Stovall, TEDCO CEO. “We want to thank Howard Hughes and Cresa’s Scott Wingrat and Avery Rand for their efforts in identifying this transformative new space in Downtown Columbia – the third largest market under Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.”

TEDCO will move to 10960 Grantchester Way, Suite 110, located in Columbia, Md., a city that has been named the “best city for jobs in America” by WalletHub three years in a row, the “happiest city in the U.S.” by WalletHub in 2021, was ranked in the top 5% for job growth, and more.

Furthermore, with this central location, TEDCO will allow the organization to continue to be a hub for technology innovation, support the growth of an inclusive and diverse Maryland ecosystem, and, thanks to the central location, promote more opportunities for entrepreneurs and ecosystem collaborators to interact with TEDCO staff.

“TEDCO is a great fit for Downtown Columbia’s thriving ecosystem,” said Kristi Smith, president of the Maryland region for Howard Hughes. “Downtown Columbia is perfectly positioned to meet the demands of today’s workforce with our city’s convenient location, high-quality office space with walkable amenities, access to top talent and an environment that provides a wonderful quality of life for all. We look forward to collaborating with TEDCO in its mission to bring more innovative companies to life.”

This relocation exemplifies TEDCO’s adaptability and flexibility, as it moves to a dynamic space, tailored to provide more accessibility to the ecosystem.

The move will be executed without disruption to services and TEDCO looks forward to welcoming the ecosystem to its new home soon. For more information, visit www.tedcomd.com.

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