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Author Archives: Robbie Whelan

Luxury apartments for Old Goucher 

New York-based developer Red Canyon Properties opened its Land Bank Lofts project at the beginning of this month. Company officials say four units are already rented and occupied, and seven more are under contract.

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Mayor confidante to replace departing Frank

The resignation of Baltimore Deputy Mayor Andrew B. Frank is a loss to the business community, especially those in real estate development, who saw him as a powerful ally and a direct line to the mayor’s office, businesspeople said Wednesday. ...

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Deal clears way for the redevelopment of Fairfield industrial area

Baltimore officials Wednesday amended a deal to buy 81 lots in South Baltimore’s Fairfield industrial area from trucker Kevin McNeil, agreeing to forgive $196,000 in liens on the properties resulting from upkeep, code violations and demolition costs incurred by the ...

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Baltimore Technology Park expanding

Baltimore Technology Park, a data security company headquartered in South Baltimore, is launching a $5 million expansion that will build some of the most expensive commercial space, on a per-square-foot basis, in the city. The first phase of the expansion, ...

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West side property is one of six included in RFP issued by BDC

Baltimore is seeking developers to remake a triangular city block on downtown’s west side, near 1st Mariner Arena. The Baltimore Development Corp. Monday announced a request for proposals for six properties on the block bounded by Park Avenue, North Liberty ...

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City seeks developers for block near 1st Mariner Arena

Baltimore is seeking developers to remake a triangular city block on downtown’s West Side, near 1st Mariner Arena. The Baltimore Development Corp. on Monday announced a request for proposals for six properties on the block bounded by Park Avenue, North ...

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With school closings, 597K square feet of space is available

When the Archdiocese of Baltimore announced this week that it would close 13 Catholic schools in the city and in Baltimore County, the church threw into uncertainty the fate of a 597,282-square-foot real estate portfolio that is worth more than ...

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