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Downtown Partnership prods leaders to challenge critics (access required)

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore President Kirby Fowler urged business leaders Thursday to push back against what he believes are unfounded criticisms of the city’s central business district. Fowler’s comments were made during a breakfast meeting centered on the release of ...

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Crown Castle HQ moving to Columbia’s Merriweather District (access required)

Communications infrastructure firm Crown Castle intends to open a new headquarters in downtown Columbia. The firm’s corporate offices will be at Howard Hughes Corp.’s office building One Merriweather in the area’s Merriweather District. “We are excited to move our Baltimore-Washington ...

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Report: Baltimore’s downtown office market rising (access required)

The first quarter of 2018 showed improvement for the office market in Baltimore’s central business district, according to a new report. Newmark Knight Frank released its first-quarter report on Monday finding vacancy declined in the submarket by 170 basis points ...

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Ring Container opening Hagerstown manufacturing facility (access required)

Ring Container Technologies is retrofitting an industrial property in Washington County into a manufacturing facility. The Hagerstown property will be the Tennessee-based plastic container maker’s 18th manufacturing site. Ring Container Technologies plans to add 19 jobs in Maryland and start ...

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Crab house planned for historic Broadway Market (access required)

Atlas Restaurant Group intends to open a crab and fish house in the south shed of the historic Broadway Market in Fells Point. The owner, brothers Alex and Eric Smith, will be partnering in the venture, which is leasing the ...

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Demolishing vacant Baltimore properties touted as fighting crime (access required)

As a police helicopter circled overhead in west Baltimore, Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday heralded the planned demolition of 500 blighted city properties as a crime-fighting tool. By eliminating these buildings, state and city officials hope to remove blight from communities ...

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Developers hope new Baltimore design panel speeds process (access required)

Developers hope Baltimore’s recent overhaul of its design review panel will streamline the process but don’t expect radical changes. Builders and designers have a mixed relationship with the panel that dates back more than 50 years and has been altered ...

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Beatty Development, HABC plan $800M public housing redevelopment (access required)

The Housing Authority of Baltimore City and builders, including Beatty Development, are in the preliminary stages of planning a $800 million redevelopment of 244 acres of land in east Baltimore. According to HABC, the project would overhaul the Perkins Homes ...

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