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Baltimore design panel raves about Port Covington park

Baltimore design panel raves about Port Covington park

The Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel’s love affair with Sagamore Development Co.’s proposals for redeveloping Port Covington continued Thursday. The firm and its design partners Landworks Studio and BioHabitats presented schematics for the Port Covington East Waterfront Park. The ...

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Under Armour to present global HQ plans

Under Armour to present global HQ plans

Under Armour is set to make public details regarding its proposed global corporate headquarters in Port Covington on Thursday. Images of a proposed project have been shown as part of a presentation earlier this year at a stockholder’s meeting at ...

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Seawall’s Remington Row seeks wider tenant base

Seawall’s Remington Row seeks wider tenant base

Seawall Development Co., which has previously built affordable apartments for Baltimore educators, wants to open up its newest project to a wider variety of professionals. Currently the company is in the midst of constructing 108 Class A apartments as part ...

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City Lab: Baltimore demolition fine, Red Line better

City Lab: Baltimore demolition fine, Red Line better

The nearly $70o million Creating Opportunities for Renewal and Enterprise proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan to address blight in Baltimore is nice, but it’s not what the residents of West Baltimore need. That’s the argument laid out by the online urban ...

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Sparrows Point Terminal to announce new name, logo

Sparrows Point Terminal to announce new name, logo

The firm that purchased Sparrows Point and is transforming it into an “unparalleled global logistics center” is set to unveil a new name and logo. Sparrows Point Terminal LLC,  a joint venture of Redwood Capital Investments and Hilco Real Estate Co., announced ...

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Maryland among most expensive states for renters

Maryland among most expensive states for renters

It’s not cheap to rent an apartment in Maryland. According to a new report by the National Low Income Housing Association, Maryland ranks seventh in the nation in terms of the hourly wage required to rent a two-bedroom apartment. The ...

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Rafael Alvarez talks Crabtown, USA

Rafael Alvarez talks Crabtown, USA

A recent news item isn’t making Rafael Alvarez happy. Baltimore’s decision to grant a $100,000 forgivable loan to Amazon so the company can shuttle employees to its Broening Highway fulfillment center has Alvarez steamed. As a newspaper reporter, writer for ...

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