Another voice predicting the death of the American suburb has joined the choir. Online publication Business Insider launched a series of stories it has dubbed “Death of Suburbia.” The series promises to examine the decline of gauche McMansions, disappearing malls ...Read More »
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The apartment boom in Maryland appears headed for a slow down as big banks nationally put the brakes on lending for multifamily projects. The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that credit markets for projects nationally are drying up. MPF Research ...Read More »
Baltimore-based Cross Street Partners will purchase and redevelop the GE Broadway campus in Fort Wayne, Indiana, into a mixed-use “innovation district.” Fort Wayne announced the deal on Monday, pending a final sale agreement. The city also agreed to seek a ...
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Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport’s Airmall added a Chick-fil-A and renovated Obrycki’s Restaurant and Bar. the Chick-fil-A occupies 804 square feet in Concourse A/B. Concessions Solution Group and Great Foods International operate the franchise, the first at an airport ...Read More »
Urbanists for the past decade predicted the millennial generation would save American cities. These urban evangelists argued the most populous generation in the United States distinctly prefers city living compared to older Americans of the baby boom generation and Generation ...Read More »
Urbanist Jane Jacobs would hate the Transamerica Building, according to one architect. Bryce Turner, president and CEO of BCT Architects, told Baltimore’s architecture review panel during a meeting on Thursday that the author of “The Death and Life of Great ...
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Flying Dog Brewery officially owns the $2.25 million site in Frederick where it intends to build a 150,000-square-foot brewery. The brewery recorded the deed on a 31.69-acre portion of property called Bowman Farm, according to the city. Flying Dog currently ...Read More »
Bike share programs may live up to their hype and improve parking crunches in cities, according to one study. A working paper from academics at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University studying Shadyside and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods in ...Read More »
Embattled longtime Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano leaves office next month. Mayor Catherine Pugh announced Graziano’s resignation, effective Jan. 6, on Tuesday. Deputy Commissioner Michael Braverman will serve as the interim commissioner. Graziano has been under fire since last ...Read More »