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Baltimore office market momentum continues post-riots

Baltimore office market momentum continues post-riots

April’s riots have not slowed the Baltimore area’s office market. According to a report from MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC, in partnership with Sage Policy Group LLC economist Anirban Basu, the riots did not cause any significant damage to ...

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Sagamore Development responds to Port Covington article

Sagamore Development responds to Port Covington article

Sagamore Development has issued a statement saying the timeline described in an article in The Daily Record this week, regarding the release of details for a planned development at Port Covington in South Baltimore, are incorrect. READ MORE: Under Armour’s audacious ...

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Baltimore seeks Howard Street East developers

Baltimore seeks Howard Street East developers

The Baltimore Development Corp. has released a request for proposals to redevelop 20 city-owned properties in the Bromo Arts & Entertainment District downtown. The properties make up the majority of one block bounded by Park Avenue, Howard, Mulberry and Franklin ...

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Westmount purchases Candlewood Commerce Center

Westmount Realty Capital LLC , in a joint venture with Partners Group, purchased Candlewood Commerce Center in Hanover for an undisclosed price. The property consists of 357,701 square feet of Class A light industrial and distribution space spread over three ...

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Use development incentives judiciously, Fry urges

Use development incentives judiciously, Fry urges

Development incentives are necessary, but city government has to make sure it’s being judicious about how those inducements are awarded, according to the head of a local business advocacy group. On Thursday, in a wide-ranging interview, Greater Baltimore Committee President ...

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Howard Station aims to invigorate West Side

Howard Station aims to invigorate West Side

Michael Hunter remembers when he first visited Howard Street. It was 1994 — the year after he graduated from Cornell University — and the trip stands out in his mind because it’s where he bought his first beeper. Now, more ...

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