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 »
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Merritt Properties has purchased the 121,414-square-foot Class A office building at 101 West Road for an undisclosed price. The company announced its acquisition of the five-story LEED-EB-certified property on Wednesday. Merritt already owns 825,895 square feet of high-end office space ...
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Baltimore’s rental market is among the worst in the nation, according to a recent report. The website Wallethub, which bills itself as “an artificially intelligent financial advisor,” ranked Baltimore No. 9 in the worst rental markets of the nation’s largest ...Read More »
The Baltimore metro area industrial market remained hot through the second quarter of this year, according to a recent report from Newmark Knight Frank. The property sector has seen heavy demand in recent years driven by the needs of e-commerce ...Read More »
The square serves as a tribute to McKeldin, who after being elected mayor for the second time in 1963, after serving two terms as governor, launched plans to invest in the city's waterfront.Read More »
Baltimore-based Klein Enterprises has purchased a Woodbridge, Virginia, shopping center for $29.25 million. The Market at Opitz Crossing is a 157,724-square-foot shopping center that includes tenants such as PriceRite Supermarket, Chipotle and Hair Cuttery. Opitz Crossing is Klein Enterprises’s third ...
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Baltimore-based architecture firm Cho Benn Holback + Associates has been purchased by a Washington-based Quinn Evans Architects. Cho Benn Holback is expected to continue operations from their current location on Charles Street, according to announcement Tuesday from Quinn Evans. There’s ...Read More »
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore has released its annual development report — but for the first time, it’s interactive. The organization hopes the user-friendly report will make it easier to see where development and investment is happening within the one-mile radius of ...Read More »