Baltimore-based convenience chain Royal Farms is the first tenant at the retail portion of Tradepoint Atlantic. The 3,100-acre former steel making site at Sparrows Point in Baltimore County is being transformed into a global multi-modal and logistics hub. The Shoppes at ...Read More »
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War Horse Cities, Scott Plank’s real estate development company, has purchased several waterfront properties from Baltimore Marine Centers. The properties include boat slips, office space, retail and a heliport. The acquisition involves BMC Inner Harbor, BMC Inner Harbor West, BMC ...Read More »
Baltimore County wants a $25 million grant from the federal government to improve Tradepoint Atlantic’s marine facilities. Tradepoint Atlantic, the name of the project and the developer, plans a private investment of $25.5 million. The funds would be used for ...
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Baltimore's rate is on par with rates in Tampa, Indianapolis and Columbus, Ohio, according to a new report.Read More »
During a community forum on a partnership between Maryland and Baltimore to demolish blighted vacant property in Baltimore and encourage redevelopment, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announced state financial support for the redevelopment of the Northwood Plaza shopping center into Northwood Commons. The announcement ...Read More »
The first phase of Alta 47 townhomes in Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood will host an open house this weekend. The project, a joint venture between War Horse Cities and Bozzuto Group, offers newly constructed homes with three bedrooms, a fourth-floor ...Read More »
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The Baltimore District Council of the Urban Land Institute will award Cross Street Partners’ CEO Bill Struever with its 2017 lifetime achievement award. Urban Land Institute is scheduled to honor Struever at its annual WaveMaker Awards on Oct. 5 at Monument ...
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E-commerce giant Amazon’s announcement it’s seeking a second headquarters location has state and local economic development officials giddy over the possibility of landing a deal bringing $5 billion in investment and roughly 50,000 jobs to the area. Seattle-based Amazon started ...
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Baltimore’s quasi-public economic development agency is again seeking buyers for two municipally owned surface parking lots on downtown’s Westside. The Baltimore Development Corp. issued a request for proposals for the lots at 410 and 422 W. Mulberry St. A spokeswoman ...Read More »