The office of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra recently moved to another building after a developer bought the symphony's former South Potomac Street headquarters to renovate into condominiums, MSO Executive Director Andrew Kipe said.
The MSO moved Jan. 15 to 30 W. Washington St., he said.
"It's a newly renovated space," Kipe said. "It's a little nicer and a little better to do business in. It's business as usual, it's just another place to do it."
The MSO office was at 13 S. Potomac St., said Mary Anne Ellifritz, MSO director of marketing and public relations. It was there for about 10 years, she said.
Kipe said Demcore Development of Hagerstown bought the building. Demcore gave MSO officials about seven months to find another home, he said.