Alex. Brown Realty, Continental Realty Group acquire Texas multifamily project

Built in 2005, the Club at Stone Oak community includes a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units with 9’ ceilings and private patios and balconies. Amenities include a clubhouse with billiards table, state-of-the-art fitness center, resort-style pool, business center, outdoor kitchen, and leasing center. The gated community also offers ample parking with detached garages, carports, and a car care center. The joint venture plans a strategic renovation program for the unit interiors and targeted enhancements to the common areas and amenities. (Business Wire photo)

Baltimore-based firms Alex. Brown Realty Inc. and its joint venture partner, Continental Realty Group, through its subsidiary Continental Realty Assets Ltd., acquired Club at Stone Oak Apartments, a 250-unit apartment community in San Antonio. ABR Chesapeake Fund VI, a value-add ...

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Like everything else 2020, taxes will be like no other year

FILE - This July 24, 2018, file photo shows a portion of the 1040 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form. It’s the time of year to start thinking about taxes - what's ahead and what can be done now to manage. But the upcoming tax filing season is going to be trickier for many Americans due to rampant unemployment, working from home and general upheaval due to COVID-19. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

It’s the time of year to start thinking about taxes — but the upcoming filing season is going to be a bit trickier for many Americans due to rampant unemployment, working from home and general upheaval due to COVID-19. Here ...

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Coalition of frontline workers urges COVID-19 labor protections

Ricarra Jones, 1199SEIU’s political director, shown at a 2019 news conference, said she decided to create Protect Maryland Workers after listening to essential workers’ stories of being put in dangerous situations at work throughout the pandemic, with some complaints spanning nearly every industry. (The Daily Record/File Photo)

Members of unions representing Maryland’s frontline workers gathered on Tuesday to launch Protect Maryland Workers, a coalition advocating for legislation that would protect grocery, health care, transit and other essential employees during pandemics and other emergencies. The proposed legislation, called the ...

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Going virtual, The Baltimore Station raises $58K in 6th annual Chili Cook-off


The Baltimore Station’s sixth annual Stars, Stripes & Chow: Chili Edition took on a revamped, restructured look this year with a virtual presentation, but the fundraiser managed to collect $58,000 to help residents at the nonprofit organization. The organization, which supports ...

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Manekin, Turnbridge Equities to bring $500M modern logistics campus to PG County


Manekin LLC, one of the region’s leading real estate development firms, and Turnbridge Equities, a privately held real estate investment and development firm, announced a partnership Tuesday to build a modern logistics park providing more than 3 million square feet of ...

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Rosedale Federal unveils redesigned Towson branch


Rosedale Federal Savings & Loan Association, a locally run, independent mutual savings and loan institution headquartered in Perry Hall, Tuesday announced the unveiling of its redesigned Towson branch at 6810 York Road. The redesign and renovation features a whole new ...

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Construction begins on new Woodlawn Health Center


Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski joined county health officials and community leaders Tuesday to celebrate the beginning of construction of the new Woodlawn Health Center. Through a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Set the Captives Free Outreach Center, Baltimore County will ...

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Maryland restaurant profit margins down 91%, association report shows

Since the start of the pandemic, Maryland’s restaurant and foodservice industry has lost approximately $1.4 billion in sales and has seen as many as 150,000 restaurant employees laid off or furloughed. The Restaurant Association of Maryland still projects that approximately 40 percent of all of Maryland restaurants (roughly 4,000 establishments) may close permanently under mandated restrictions. (Submitted photo)

A report released Tuesday by the National Restaurant Association showed 89% of Maryland operators expect their sales to decrease from current levels during the next three months, topping the national average of 65%. The report, based on findings from a ...

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RCM&D of Towson merging with Cleveland insurance firm

Bob Cawley, president and CEO of RCM&D

Towson-based RCM&D is merging with a Cleveland, Ohio, company to form one of the country’s largest independently owned insurance brokerages, the two firms announced Tuesday. Both RCM&D, which was been in business for more than 130 years ago, and Oswald ...

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Self Storage Plus opens new facilities in Md., Va.


Self Storage Plus, a provider of management services for storage properties in the Washington region, opened new facilities in Kensington and Reston, Virginia, company officials announced Tuesday. The new locations are the 44th and 45th Self Storage Plus managed facilities. The Maryland facility, ...

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