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Construction starts on next phase of Owings Mills apartments (access required)

Developer Sidney Emmer has started work on the 157-unit second phase of The View at Mill Run in Baltimore County. The market rate garden style community is alongside Soldiers Delight State Park in Owings Mills. The first portions of the ...

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Baltimore to sell Gay Street properties for $1.24M (access required)

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Baltimore’s spending board has approved the sale of city-owned downtown property, primarily along South Gay Street, to a private developer for $1.24 million. The Board of Estimates approved a land disposition agreement with LRP Guardian on Wednesday. The developer plans ...

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JLL buys capital advisory company for $2B (access required)

JLL announced Tuesday that it will acquire Dallas-based HFF, a real estate capital market advisory company, for $2 billion. JLL, which is the largest commercial property manager in the Baltimore area, said the acquisition will help the company accelerate its growth ...

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Md. luxury home market on the upswing (access required)

In early March, former Baltimore Orioles’ star Adam Jones and his wife put their Reisterstown estate — formerly owned and built by another Orioles’ star, Cal Ripken Jr. — up for sale. The six-bedroom, 22,000 square-foot home sits on 24 ...

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Wooing DC workers to live in Baltimore (access required)

Two years ago, Jennifer Tahan, an analyst for the federal government in Washington, D.C., lived in a tiny but pricey apartment in a city that was close to her job but never felt like home. “D.C. just felt like a ...

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Unique Baltimore buildings entice creative offices (access required)

David Warschawski, CEO of his eponymous marketing communications agency, searched for years for new office space. When he found the former St. John’s Episcopal Church in Baltimore’s Mount Washington neighborhood, however, he knew it was the right place. The lighting, ...

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Mayor calls west Baltimore demo proof of ‘new era’ (access required)

Anthony Pressley wore a pork pie hat shielding his eyes from the early spring sun. As he gazed around the 500 block of Baker Street, however, the brim of his lid didn’t cast a shadow on the bright future he ...

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Maryland’s first lady backs Ellicott City ‘Koreatown’ plan (access required)

Supporters of creating a “Koreatown” in Ellicott City, such as Maryland first lady Yumi Hogan, plan to pursue that designation for a five-mile stretch along Route 40 in Howard County. Hogan, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball, and Dong-gi Kim, counsul ...

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BDC seeks proposals for Westside properties including Read’s site (access required)

Baltimore continues searching for Westside developers, seeking offers to overhaul properties including the historic Read’s Drug Store site and the Brager-Gutman department store building. The Baltimore Development Corp., the city’s quasi-public economic development agency, issued a pair of request for ...

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Work underway on Arrowwood, a 294-unit project at White Flint Metro (access required)

Developer LCOR announced today that it has broken ground on Arrowwood, a 294-unit apartment community at the White Flint Metro Station in North Bethesda. Arrowwood, slated for delivery in the spring of 2021, is the third residential phase of LCOR’s ...

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