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Real estate developer LCOR opens 294-unit community in Montgomery County

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LCOR, a fully integrated real estate development company, announced Tuesday it has opened its 294-unit Arrowwood apartment community in North Bethesda’s Pike District. LCOR developed Arrowwood, at 5410 McGrath Blvd., in a joint partnership with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit ...

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Greystar developing multifamily project in Baltimore

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Greystar Real Estate Partners LLC announced Wednesday it is developing Elan Brewers Hill, a 500-unit multifamily building in southeast Baltimore. The development team acquired a fully zoned and entitled 3.8-acre site, located within the Collective at Canton on Boston Street, from 28 Walker ...

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Baltimore announces agreement for developing large chunk of Westside

The Superblock from the Catholic Relief building in 2013. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Baltimore city development officials today announced the approval of an agreement with a development partnership for a project to revive almost an entire block of blighted properties on the Westside, a major milestone in efforts to revitalize a long-neglected area ...

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Garver Development buys industrial building in Baltimore County

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Garver Development, represented by MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC, purchased a 177,000 square-foot industrial building in Baltimore County’s Northwest submarket. The long-vacant building at 1323 Greenwood Road in Pikesville was previously home to Connecticut-based printing company, Port City Press ...

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Dulaney Plaza adds 2 tenants to Towson’s Courtyard Shops

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Towson shopping center Dulaney Plaza Tuesday announced the official opening of two new tenants: Taken and OCB Spa. Taken, a home decor shop curating art, kitchenware and bath products, opened its doors at the center this month after hosting successful ...

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New listings increase as Md. sees sales jump in October housing market

A home, shown Tuesday March 20, 2012, has sold inside the Winthrop subdivision in Riverview, Fla. Americans bought more previously owned homes in April, a hopeful sign that the weak housing market is gradually improving. The National Association of Realtors said Tuesday, May 22, 2012 that home sales rose 3.4 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.62 million.   (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Maryland’s October housing market continued its dramatic upward climb with a leap in sales that measured 27.6% above last year’s sales. Two Eastern Shore counties more than doubled homes sold than the previous year with Talbot growing 105.6% and Kent County ...

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Pandemic doesn’t slow Baltimore region’s demand for industrial space

630 Hanover Pike, a 1-million-square-foot warehouse/industrial building in Hampstead. (Lawrence Howard & Associates)

The demand for industrial space in the greater Baltimore region remains strong, with nearly 4.3 million square feet of industrial/warehouse space leased in the third quarter of 2020, according to a new report. Lee & Associates, a Columbia-based commercial real ...

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Baltimore area house prices rise in September as US sees sales surge

In this Friday, Sept. 25, 2020 photo, a "sale pending" sign is posted on.a home in Westfield, Ind. Sales of existing homes climbed 9.4% in September, the National Association of Realtors said Thursday, the latest sign that the housing market remains red hot despite the coronavirus pandemic. On a seasonally-adjusted rate, the selling pace of existing homes climbed to 6.54 million annualized units. That is the highest level for that metric since February 2006, at the peak of the previous housing bubble. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

The median sales price of homes and the number of homes sold increased across the Baltimore region in September, according to a report released Friday by Long & Foster Real Estate. Baltimore city experienced a 24% increase in median sale ...

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Foreclosure activity down sharply in Md., Baltimore

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Maryland and the city of Baltimore have seen some of the steepest declines in foreclosure activity in the nation, according to a national foreclosure data research firm. The findings were contained in the 3rd quarter U.S. Foreclosure Market Report conducted ...

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MoCo Green Bank, Sandy Spring Bank provide energy-saving loan to Md. condo community

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The Montgomery County Green Bank and Sandy Spring Bank Tuesday announced they have partnered to help another commercial property in the county implement energy-saving measures that will improve operating costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Glen Manor Condominiums in ...

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