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Development around transit lines could grow

Metro Center Owings Mills

Dorsey MARC station and Reisterstown Plaza Transit Station are the next transit-oriented development (TOD) projects in focus for the Maryland Department of Transportation. The agency is also exploring the Odenton MARC station and considering TOD near Bowie State University, said MDOT’s Nimisha Sharma.

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Baltimore works on fix for home construction tax credit

Eric Costello

Baltimore homebuyers may be getting a second chance at taking advantage of a tax credit designed to boost newly constructed or renovated homes. After discovering that the 23-year tax credit expired on June 30, city leaders have been working to ...

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Madison Marquette completes merger, names new CEO

(The Daily Record / Adam Bednar)

Washington-based developer Madison Marquette completed its merger with The Roseview Group and named that firm’s CEO to the same position at the combined companies. The company, which built the One Light Street tower in downtown Baltimore, has been merging with ...

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Tufaro: State decision to keep MIA downtown ‘stinks to high heaven’

Montgomery Park had appeared to win the initial bid for the insurance agency’s lease until the state Board of Public Works issued its decision. (The Daily Record/File Photo)

Owners of Montgomery Park in south Baltimore are fighting a decision to stop the Maryland Insurance Administration from moving from downtown to their property, and one stakeholder criticized a prominent local attorney’s role in the saga. Baltimore-based developer David Tufaro, ...

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Top-tier Baltimore office space benefits from slowing development

Some of the city's Class A office space can be seen by the Inner Harbor. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Earlier this month Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Maltz Research Laboratories renewed its lease at 855 N. Wolfe St. in east Baltimore. The renewed lease, negotiated by JLL, allowed Lieber Institute to stay in its 50,000-square-foot space near Johns Hopkins ...

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Hunt Real Estate Capital refinances Baltimore multifamily property

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New York-based commercial real estate finance company Hunt Real Estate Capital announced Friday it provided a Fannie Mae conventional multifamily loan to refinance Porter Street Apartments, an apartment property in the Locust Point area of Baltimore. The loan features a 12-year ...

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AG Frosh sues St. Vincent’s Infant Asylum developer

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh said the Maryland Court of Appeals’ erroneous ruling struck down a state agency’s valid determination that a convicted human trafficker must register because his victim was a child. (File photo)

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh filed a lawsuit against a team of developers, seeking “significant penalties” for allegedly violating state environmental and asbestos control laws. The attorney general’s office named 1411 Division Street LLC, TCG Development and the firm’s ...

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Maryland adds art districts in Easton, west Baltimore

Kelly Schulz (File photo)

Maryland has designated a pair of new zones providing tax incentives aimed at bolstering artistic endeavors. Secretary of Commerce Kelly M. Schulz said on Monday that the Department of Commerce selected the town of Easton and the Pennsylvania Avenue corridor ...

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St. Ambrose invests in historic Winters Lane renovations

Louis S. Diggs, 88, served in Korea, fell in love with a girl from Catonsville and made community around Winters Lane his home for years. He's since authored 13 books about Baltimore County history and expressed optimism about the community's future. (The Daily Record / Adam Bednar)

Louis S. Diggs, 88, served in the Korean War with the all-black 231st Transportation Truck Battalion of the Maryland National Guard, returned from war and fell in love with a Catonsville girl. Diggs grew up in Baltimore’s Sandtown community, but ...

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Construction on unique public-private courthouse starts in Columbia

A rendering of Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners proposed new Howard County Circuit Courthouse. (Howard County)

Construction started on the new Howard County Courthouse in Columbia on Monday in what is believed to be the first public facility on the East Coast to use a performance-based public-private partnership. Howard County officials and executives from private-sector partners, ...

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