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Merritt Properties prepares marketing push for 20-story Canton tower (access required)

Merritt Properties is launching marketing efforts for its proposed $70 million, 20-story Class A office building in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood. The planned building at 3401 Boston St. is navigating Baltimore’s design review process. Details regarding the offices, such as available ...

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Restoration of H.L. Mencken’s West Baltimore home planned (access required)

H. L. Mencken

Iconic writer H.L. Mencken’s home in West Baltimore has a new steward who plans to restore the property and operate a portion as a museum. The Baltimore National Heritage Area signed a lease Wednesday with Baltimore for the writer’s home at ...

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Harford County land sells for $2M, pegged for mixed use (access required)

Rock Springs Apartments LLC plans to build a mixed-use project on roughly five acres of land it purchased for $2 million in Harford County. The developer, according to commercial real estate services firm Lee & Associates, plans a mix of affordable ...

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St. John continues building through partners in training (access required)

Brooke Harlander and Angelo Munafo took different routes into the commercial real estate industry, but they now find themselves on track to eventually start their own regional offices for St. John Properties Inc. Harlander planned on attending law school before ...

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Baltimore continues Westside development drive (access required)

Baltimore launched its latest attempt to find developers for five city-owned buildings in downtown’s Westside previously included in a handful of failed redevelopment proposals. Baltimore Development Corp.’s Executive Vice President Kimberly A. Clark said her organization planned to seek developers ...

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SSA-leased Baltimore building fetches near-record price (access required)

Nashville-based Real Estate Investment Trust CoreCivic has purchased the federal government-leased property at 6100 Wabash Ave. in Baltimore for $242 million, the second-highest per-square-foot price paid for an office building in the metro area. The 540,566-square-foot building was constructed in 2014. ...

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Report: February Baltimore subway closure unwarranted (access required)

The month-long closure of the Metro SubwayLink in Baltimore this winter was unnecessary, according to a report from the American Public Transportation Administration. A review of Maryland’s process of monitoring and maintaining SubwayLink found problems with departments communicating, lack of engineering ...

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