BALTIMORE — Hertz Investment Group has acquired Wells Fargo Tower, a 24-story office building located at 7 St. Paul St. in Baltimore’s central business district, for $36.8 million. According to the Baltimore Business Journal, Bethesda, Md.-based special servicer CWCapital Asset Management sold the asset less than a year after acquiring it following foreclosure by the previous owner. Natixis provided a $29.3 million acquisition loan on behalf of Hertz. The 378,010-square-foot tower was 67 percent leased at the time of sale to tenants such as Wells Fargo Bank and law firms Whiteford Taylor & Preston, Anderson Coe King and Wright, Constable & Skeen. Wells Fargo Tower was originally constructed in 1985, and recently underwent renovations including an updated lobby and replacement of water pumps, chillers and cooling tower.