Amtrak has chosen a team of developers, including Beatty Development and Cross Street Partners, to transform Penn Station and surrounding properties owned by the organization. Amtrak announced plans Thursday to negotiate a master development deal with Penn Station Partners, which ...Read More »
Corporate Office Property Trust wants to upgrade the plaza around 250 W. Pratt St. to improve public safety in the area. A proposal to modify the public area along Pratt Street was proposed to Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architecture Review ...Read More »
A long-gestating, mixed-use building proposed near Canton Square in Baltimore received a big boost Thursday. Design for Taylor Property Group’s proposed building at 1000 S. Linwood St. received a recommendation for approval from the Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. ...Read More »
The housing market in Maryland kept its momentum through November as the state’s major metro areas continued to see increasing sales prices. Median sales price in the Baltimore metro area reached $254,000, which is a new November record, according ...Read More »
Morgan Properties purchased a portfolio of suburban Maryland properties for $277.5 million. The company has acquired the four-property NOAH portfolio that consists of 2,729 units from Rockpoint Group. Morgan Properties achieved its goal of purchasing more than $1 billion in ...
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Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corp. has completed leases with MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC for more than 26,000 square feet of space. AAWDC agreed to lease 3,000 square feet of space at I-97 Business Park at 1131 Benfield Blvd. ...Read More »
Jon Laria, managing partner of Ballard Spahr’s Baltimore office, has been named chairman of the city’s Maryland Building Industry Association chapter. The industry group represents home builders, remodelers and developers to increase business opportunities. The chapters also monitor local legislation, ...
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Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corp. won four service awards from the Maryland Multi-Housing Association. The service team at The Crossings at White Marsh won a silver award in the Service team of the Year category and the team from Doncaster Village ...
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Activists are accusing Mayor Catherine Pugh of backing off a campaign pledge to support a program to invest millions of dollars in affordable housing, a claim she vehemently denies. The 20/20 Campaign wants Baltimore to annually invest $20 million in building ...Read More »