Baltimore plans to solicit developers this summer to overhaul a large swath of land in the heart of Park Heights, and a corporate resident says it will boost incentives for employees to live in the area. Those are two new efforts ...Read More »
A project’s ceremonial groundbreaking is usually a moment developers savor. It marks a milestone in an often arduous process. But late Wednesday morning, following the usual ceremonial shovel turning, MCB Real Estate LLC Managing Partner P. David Bramble was focused ...Read More »
Brinklow Properties, an affiliate of American Wood Fibers, purchased the Columbia flex/office property The Woods at Broken Land for $5 million. American Wood Fibers will occupy 18,500 square feet of the 38,292-square-foot single-story building at 9740 Patuxent Woods Drive. Chesapeake ...Read More »
Questions about whether the Preakness Stakes will continue to run in Baltimore are becoming as much a part of the race’s traditions as Black-Eyed Susans, extravagant ladies’ hats and painting the weather vane atop the replica of the Old Clubhouse’s ...Read More »
Gnu Homes aims to fill a niche in Maryland’s for-sale residential development market dominated by large national home builders. Luke Yorke-Hart, CEO of Gnu Homes, said builders in the state, in large part because of complicated development process and regulation, ...
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Topgolf announced its plans to open a facility in south Baltimore official on Tuesday, and the facility was hailed as a major step toward creating the planned Warner Street Entertainment District. Located on what’s currently a parking lot in the ...Read More »