Storer Communications Inc. has leased 2,000 square feet of office space in the Maryland Trade Center. Developed, built and leased by Coakley & Williams Inc., the center is the tallest commercial office building in Prince George's County. The 16-story building is situated at the interchange of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and I-495.

These leases were completed recently by the suburban Washington office of Julien J. Studley Inc.: Prudential Insurance Co. of America leased approximately 6,500 square feet at 4330 East-West Highway in Bethesda; Vertex Corp., a military contractor, leased about 6,000 square feet at 6001 Montrose Rd. in Rockville; Morris and Paula Feuer, owners of a gourmet shop, leased approximately 1,260 square feet at 6302 Ivy La. in Greenbelt; and Basic Four, a computer firm, leased 850 square feet at 6845 Elm St. in McLean.

The U.S. government has leased 98,000 square feet for five years in the Park Center One Building. The space will be occupied by an undisclosed federal agency office. The lease was arranged by Weaver Bros. Inc.

Weaver Bros. Inc. announced the leasing of 14,000 square feet of office space in the Gateway One Building in Crystal City to George G. Sharp Inc., an architectural and engineering company.

Kayne/Levin/Neilson/Bavar Realtors recently leased or sold space in Howard County to three industrial firms: 2.85 acres of vacant land in the Harwood Industrial Park was sold to Fairmount Mill and Lumber Co.; 34,650 square feet of warehouse space in the Corridor Industrial Park was leased to Protective Food Services; and 24,142 square feet of industrial space at 7700 Port Capital Dr. in Jessup was leased to Mannco Inc., a distributor of Converse tennis shoes.

Kayne/Levin/Neilson/Bavar has leased 44,650 square feet of space in the Oakland Ridge Industrial Park in Columbia to Electro-Nucleonics Laboratories.