Author Archives: Adam Bednar

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

Greenebaum Enterprises plans downtown Towson office tower overhaul


Greenebaum Enterprises and Caves Valley Partners have teamed up to overhaul a downtown Towson office building surrounded by new development. The developers plan a $1 million overhaul of a property, previously listed as 29 W. Susquehanna Ave., now rebranded as ...

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Demolished historic Baltimore mill properties’ owner pursues apartment building

The city of Baltimore issued a stop-work order after developers demolished two historic mills in Woodberry. (Adam Bednar)

The property owner who razed historic mill properties in Baltimore’s Woodberry neighborhood has resumed efforts to build apartments on the obliterated buildings’ site. JP2 Architects LLC presented schematics for a 51-unit apartment building at 3511 Clipper Mill Road to Baltimore’s ...

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Former Continental President Parker joins Greenberg Gibbons as COO

Gene C. Parker Jr., president of Continental Realty Corp., teaches a CRU Executive Series session on commercial real estate leasing.  (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Gene Parker has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer at Greenberg Gibbons, the firm that’s delivered Towson Row and other major mixed-use projects. The announcement was made by Greenberg Gibbons Chairman and CEO Brian Gibbons. The firm has ...

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Baltimore mayor not sweating weather’s impact on waterfront development

The Baltimore harbor on the afternoon of April 6th, 2017. Photo by Maximilian Franz.

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said a severe storm that hammered the city and the potential for persistent extreme weather stemming from climate change doesn’t cause him concern about waterfront development in the city. Despite a strong storm on ...

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Baltimore extends civil rights protections to include citizenship inquiries

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, flanked by Deputy City Solicitor Dana Moore and Catalina Rodriguez-Lima, the director of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, and CASA activists as he signs an executive order allowing residents to file complaints with the city's Office of Civil Rights if a city employee asks about a residents citizenship or immigration status. (The Daily Record / Adam Bednar)

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young signed an executive order Wednesday extending discrimination policies to disallow inquiries by city employees regarding a resident’s citizenship and immigration status and reaffirmed the city’s position as a so-called “welcoming city.” Members of Young’s ...

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Development cap may take a big bite out of Howard County’s revenues

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball had backed a measure enacted last year that could sharply curtail residential development in several school districts in the county. (File Photo)

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s administration is warning that a measure he backed as a councilman to lower the threshold for halting real estate development due to school enrollment could slash the county’s net revenues by $152 million over the ...

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Meeting slated to review $140M Penn Station overhaul

Elected officials and community leaders have long pushed for the redevelopment of the area around Penn Station. (File photo)

The development team leading a $140 million overhaul of Baltimore’s Penn Station plans a second public meeting next week to hammer out details for how to transform the historic train station. This marks the second meeting to gather public input on the ...

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U.S. attorney secures 90 criminal indictments in Baltimore crackdown

U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur, left, and Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison at a Thursday news conference to tout federal indictments of 90 people accused of drug and violent crimes in Baltimore. (The Daily Record/Adam Bednar)

U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur stood in west Baltimore on Thursday, an area his boss, President Donald Trump, recently described as “disgusting” and “dangerous,” to tout 90 indictments related to drug dealing and gun violence in the city. Law enforcement ...

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Baltimore Council President Scott pushes major reforms

Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott. (File Photo)

Baltimore City Council President Brandon M. Scott’s legislative and policy proposals aim to reshape the government of Maryland’s largest city, but the limited powers of his office may prove the toughest obstacle to enacting those measures. Scott’s ambitious proposals include ...

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