Mid-Atlantic plumbing and HVAC wholesaler Northeastern Supply is coming back to Baltimore. After donating its West Baltimore, Sandtown store and warehouse to the resurrection Sandtown project in support of the community revitalization effort, the company has been searching for the perfect spot to reopen in the city. The search is over with Northeastern buying the old Lee L. Dopkins Building off of West Cold Spring Lane and opening its doors on April 10, 2023.
With this building being a supply house for many years, it is well-known and easy to access. Being right inside the Beltway, right off of I83 it fills a void in the city where there are no distributors in the area.
With locations spanning Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, the addition of a new branch in Baltimore, makes for a total of 37 locations that conveniently serve a variety of plumbing and HVAC contractors working in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The new branch is located at 2100 West Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21209, (410) 406-8363. It is a full-service store, focusing on valued customers in both residential & commercial plumbing, including water system segments, featuring brands such as CSI, Oatey, Bradford White, American Standard, TOTO, and GE, just to name a few. Local inventory is backed by a 200,000-square-foot distribution center that is home to tens of thousands of products that are available at a moment's notice.
The 36,000-square-foot building has the space for a training and meeting area, which will be added in the upcoming months. There is also a 1/2 acre yard that stocks pipe and other materials for customers.
Northeastern Supply has announced Larry Reich as the new branch manager for Baltimore. Reich has been with Northeastern for five years and has shown great leadership and productivity as NE's counter manager at its corporate office in Golden Ring, as well as a branch manager at the company’s Timonium location where he excelled in growing market share.
“We are excited to be back in the city, we missed our customers! When we closed our Pennsylvania Avenue location, we wanted to find another location that would have easy access and Nconvenience for our loyal customers,” said Stan Allen, president of Northeastern Supply.