Maglev backers celebrate Baltimore headquarters launch

Standing in a onetime firehouse at 6 S. Gay St. downtown, backers of a proposed magnetic-levitation train Monday night drew comparison between the renovated building and what their project could mean for Baltimore. The building now serves as the headquarters for Northeast Maglev and Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail, which are pushing to build a $10 billion line ...

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Adam Bednar covers real estate and development for The Daily Record.

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