Sagamore Development is turning to a familiar name for creating athletic fields on the south Baltimore property.Read More »
A local professor who studies urban issues argues Baltimore is a segregated city and that condition is being exacerbated by certain tools used to publicly finance development projects. Lawrence Brown, of the Baltimore Redevelopment Action Coalition for Empowerment and an assistant ...Read More »
Direct Chinese investment in U.S. real estate has been rising dramatically since 2010, and secondary markets like Baltimore soon could gain more attention from these investors, according to a recent report. The report “Breaking Ground: Chinese Investment in U.S. Real ...Read More »
Tom and Toby Bozzuto have been named the 2016 William Donald Schaefer Industrialists of the year by the Baltimore Museum of Industry. The museum, which will honor the Bozzuto Group’s chairman and president and CEO, respectively, with the award on ...Read More »
Starting next spring residents and visitors will hopefully be able to play a round of mini-golf around Station North. Station North Arts & Entertainment District Inc., in partnership with Maryland Institute College of Art, has been awarded a $35,000 Art ...Read More »
While Baltimore is starting to grapple with its affordable housing crisis, San Francisco voters are considering a measure to require developers to include cheaper units. The ballot initiative would bump the number of below-market rate units required in a new ...
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The Baltimore metro area housing market continues to gain momentum. Home sales were up 14.5 percent year over year in April and the highest for that month in a decade, according to data provided by ShowTime RBI based on Metropolitan ...Read More »
At least the Inner Harbor looks pretty. The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore released its Healthy Harbor Report Card 2015 on Tuesday, and the water quality received failing grades. “Overall water health in Baltimore waterway continues to be very poor with ...
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Priya Bhayana, the arts and entertainment district's first director, has served in the position for nearly three years.Read More »
North Carolina’s loss could be Baltimore County’s gain. The county is trying to lure a 400-person global operations center initially planned for North Carolina. That was before the state passed a controversial law that supporters say protects religious freedom but ...Read More »