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January 01, 1995|By Deidre Nerreau McCabe

Federal Realty buys Mass. shopping center

Federal Realty Investment Trust of Bethesda acquired Queen Anne Plaza in Norwell, Mass., for $11.4 million in cash.

Queen Anne Plaza on Route 3 -- the main road from Boston to Cape Cod -- is 21 miles southeast of Boston. The trust also owns Dedham Plaza in suburban Boston.

Federal Realty, founded in 1962, specializes in neighborhood shopping centers. The trust owns 52 shopping centers -- including 10 in Maryland -- mainly on the East coast between New York and Richmond.

Corner Clinic gets OK for treatment center

The Corner Clinic Inc., an Annapolis mental health provider, has received approval to open a treatment center for patients who need care all day but do not require hospital care.

The for-profit company is moving ahead with plans to open a facility on Jan. 16, now that it has received a license from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and certification from the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Opened in December 1993, the Corner Clinic offers outpatient services to about 50 patients at clinics in Glen Burnie and Annapolis, said executive director Jim Crosson. The new day program will offer treatment to patients needing more care. The center, to be located on Defense High way in Annapolis, will accommodate 12 adults and 12 senior citizens with a staff of 30.

Greenhorne & O'Mara elects new president

Laurence S. Courtney has been elected president of Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc., a design consulting firm based in Greenbelt.

A. James O'Mara, who had been president, will remain chairman and chief executive of the company, which employs more than 800.

A 20-year veteran of the firm, Mr. Courtney had most recently served as executive vice president for operations.

Greenhorne and O'Mara, a privately owned firm, ended its 1994 fiscal year in October with about $66 million in sales. The 44-year-old company has offices in Annapolis, Rockville and Waldorf, as well as 15 offices in six other states.

Micro-Integration signs deal with automaker

A Japanese automobile manufacturer will install and evaluate two Terminal Access Servers manufactured by Micro-Integration Corp., using the systems to improve efficiency in its credit offices.

John Parsons, chief executive of Micro-Integration, said the deal is important because it could lead to more sales of the system.

The TAS system allows computer terminals attached to a mainframe to function as personal computers, Mr. Parsons said. TAS units can only be used with IBM AS/400 computers, but the Frostburg-based company is working on systems for use with other computers.

3 Baltimore lawyers get into 'Best Lawyers' list

Three lawyers with the Baltimore law firm Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander were included in the 1995-1996 edition of "The Best Lawyers in America."

The lawyers are David H. Fishman, Lawrence D. Coppel and Michael C. Powell.

The directory, based on a national survey of attorneys, is used by lawyers and clients to find legal help.

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