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Md. high court reviews developer’s donation, Baltimore Co. construction approval

Baltimore County Councilman Tom Quirk (File)

A condominium association’s lawyer urged a skeptical Maryland high court Wednesday to overturn the Baltimore County Council’s approval of a seven-story medical building’s construction in Catonsville due to the alleged impropriety of a councilmember having accepted illegal campaign contributions from the developer.

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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company building theater downtown

The historic Mercantile Trust and Deposit Co. building downtown will soon be converted to hold a 250-seat theater for the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in a deal worth $6 million, including renovation costs. The Helm Foundation this week purchased the former ...

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Another apartment getting ready to launch at Locust Point

At the city’s emerging new hotspot, Locust Point, the new apartments and retail at McHenry Row are filling with tenants and retailers. Spies there say about six of the 250 apartments in the development are being rented each week, with ...

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25th Street Station’s foes lose on appeal

Several community activists who oppose the creation of a Walmart-centered development in Remington have lost another round in court. Benn Ray, Brendan Coyne, Douglas M. Armstrong and Allen W. Hicks cannot sue over plans for the 25th Street Station project, ...

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Harris Teeter, Target announcement coming soon for Canton Crossing

Owners of Canton Crossing, the new development now making its way through planning approvals in the city, are gearing up to announce two anchors: Harris Teeter and Target. A city development source said Friday the two chains are ready to ...

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Neighborhood won’t fight city’s decision to allow 25th St. Walmart

Residents of the Baltimore neighborhood where a new retail development anchored by Walmart and Lowe’s stores is planned say they will not appeal the city’s decision to allow the development but will seek assurances over traffic and parking concerns. The ...

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