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Author Archives: Adam Bednar

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

Dionne Joyner-Weems: ‘You control your story’

Dionne Joyner-Weems is a marketing professional who helped lead Baltimore’s marketing efforts for years, first as an account executive for a local advertising agency and then at Visit Baltimore in various roles, including vice president of marketing and community affairs. ...

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Video interview: Del. Nick Mosby

Our third interview in the “Young, Black, Homegrown and Leading in Baltimore” series is with Del. Nick Mosby, who has called Baltimore home his entire life. He talks with us about what Baltimore’s government can do and why he is positive about ...

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Video interview: Alicia Wilson

Our second interview in the “Young, Black, Homegrown and Leading in Baltimore” series is with Alicia Wilson, senior vice president for economic development at Johns Hopkins. She talks with us about how businesses can diversify their staffs, why she’s “abundantly ...

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Downtown Baltimore celebrates 2019 amid uncertain 2020

Baltimore’s downtown maintained its progress toward emerging as a full-fledged live, work and play neighborhood in 2019, according to a booster organization’s annual report, but faces an uncertain future amid the COVID-19 pandemic. While the current “State of Downtown Report” ...

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JLL lands One Light Street leasing (access required)

JLL said it’s now in charge of leasing and marketing office space at the high-visibility One Light Street building in downtown Baltimore, but the assignment arrives as the office sector faces unprecedented challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. One Light ...

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Chasen bullish on coworking space at $12M The Brixton (access required)

Chasen Companies plans to deliver The Brixton, a $12 million mixed-use property featuring coworking space, in Fells Point next year, despite the shared office sector’s struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The building is planned for the longtime vacant lot at ...

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