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Author Archives: Adam Bednar

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

City Councilman: Baltimore lets $11M in parking fees get away

A Baltimore legislator contends a lack of oversight of commercial parking facilities is costing the city upwards of $11 million a year. The city does not employ enforcement agents to ensure full collection of fees charged to commercial parking operations, ...

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Report: CRE market in Baltimore insulated from worst of impact

Commercial real estate services firm Newmark Knight Frank believes the market for office space in the Baltimore metro area remains well-positioned to navigate the economic fallout of the COVID-19 outbreak. The firm’s recently published summer outlook bases its relatively sunny ...

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Titan dry dock set for repairs at Tradepoint Atlantic

A dry dock designed to repair U.S. Naval ships arrives in Baltimore Thursday to undergo its own repairs at Tradepoint Atlantic’s Sparrows Point facilities last used in 2017. Tradepoint Atlantic said the BAE Systems’ “Titan” dry dock is set to undergo ...

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Dixon maintains lead in troubled Baltimore mayoral primary

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is poised to get her old job back if an early, but substantial, lead in the Democratic primary holds up. As of Wednesday afternoon the latest voter tallies from the Maryland Board of Elections showed ...

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Baltimore Mayor Young says curfew not needed

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said there’s no need for a curfew in the city despite a few violent acts downtown following peaceful protests Monday. Young during a news conference Tuesday praised activists and Baltimore police alike for keeping ...

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Protesters march through Baltimore as demonstrations continue

A large group of protesters rallied in Baltimore Monday to voice outrage over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, at the hands of Minneapolis police. Various activist groups throughout the city organized marches that launched from various ...

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