NAIOP Maryland honored 16 companies and seven individuals Thursday night before a crowd of more than 300 real estate and development types during its Awards of Excellence program at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore. Honors were given out in 34 categories ...Read More »
Amid protests from minority contractors, Baltimore’s Board of Estimates approved a $694,730 contract Wednesday to hire a Washington-based research firm to conduct a disparity study of city minority hiring practices. The board voted 3-2 to hire National Economic Research Associates ...Read More »
Negotiations with developer David Cordish to redevelop the Inner Harbor campus of the Baltimore City Community College — one of the city’s prime real estate parcels — have come to a halt because Cordish said his company declined to consider ...Read More »
A meeting that included developers and city politicians to discuss revisions to local hiring goals for the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East was ended abruptly Tuesday by East Baltimore Development Inc. officials after members of the community refused to ...
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As the lazy waters of the Jones Falls drift nearby, the hum of activity at Chestnut Avenue and Falls Road has created a clash of cultures as part of the ongoing $43 million, mixed-use redevelopment of a historic former mill ...Read More »
New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg gave $5 million to the Open Society Institute-Baltimore on Thursday to help fund a local effort that aims to help keep city teens in school and boost graduation rates. Bloomberg’s gift will help underwrite ...Read More »
Rising four stories over what once was home plate at Memorial Stadium, a new senior housing and skilled nursing care facility is set to open Thursday at 1 p.m. The $12.6 million Green House Residences at Stadium Place will mark ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The boomerang politics of a small, but key, funding request for planning and design work for the Baltimore Convention Center project ended in victory for city legislators with hours to go in the 2012 General Assembly session. The ...Read More »
The number of foreclosure filings in the U.S. during the first quarter of 2012 was down 16 percent from the opening quarter of 2011, possibly signaling a “hairline crack” in the pent-up housing market, a new report released Thursday said. ...Read More »
The city’s Board of Estimates will hold its annual Taxpayers’ Night on Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. at the War Memorial Building near City Hall. The event is a public forum on the proposed 2013 budget of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, ...
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