Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Real Estate

State Center issues to linger despite Hogan’s redevelopment orders (access required)

Fixing the crumbling State Center complex in Baltimore was the itch Gov. Larry Hogan couldn’t scratch, an irritant that lingered from the time he took office in 2015 and which seemed poised to peeve him through his remaining time in ...

Read More »

Hogan’s State Center proposal stirs skepticism and optimism (access required)

Gov. Larry Hogan said on Tuesday his plan to permanently relocate roughly 3,300 employees from the State Center complex in Baltimore to space downtown clears the way to redevelop that property with a project that can be backed by surrounding ...

Read More »

Maryland approves tax incentives for ‘Music City’ in Catonsville (access required)

Maryland named Catonsville Baltimore County’s first Arts & Entertainment District on Monday, granting the area tax incentives aimed at boosting arts related businesses. Home to a collection of music stores and nearby performance venues, Catonsville has sought to brand itself ...

Read More »

Homicides hammer Baltimore, other urban real estate markets (access required)

Baltimore’s residential real estate market is bearing the brunt of the economic consequences from the city’s continued struggle with violent crime. Earlier this month Baltimore surpassed 300 homicides for 2019 marking the fifth consecutive year killings surpassed that milestone. While ...

Read More »

Baltimore luxury apartments outperformed by suburban competitors (access required)

Suburban luxury apartments outperformed their competitors in Baltimore in every benchmark during the third quarter of 2019, but rent growth in the city was particularly underwhelming, according to a new report. Rent for the city’s Class A apartments increased by ...

Read More »

Md. lawmaker wants developer campaign cash curbed in Howard Co. (access required)

A Maryland lawmaker intends to keep pushing legislation intended to ease development pressure on Howard County by restricting builders’ ability to dole out campaign contributions. Del. Warren Miller, a Republican, said he plans to press a bill restricting developers’ ability ...

Read More »

Baltimore historic commission declines to protect Tractor Building (access required)

Baltimore’s historic preservation committee has declined to add Woodberry’s Tractor Building to its potential landmark list. The former industrial building is the last unrenovated mill building in the Clipper Mill area along the Jones Falls. The Commission for Historical and ...

Read More »

Young expects Baltimore businesses to back youth initiatives (access required)

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said he is optimistic businesses will support initiatives to divert city youth from crime and controversial activities that business leaders say contribute to safety concerns downtown. Roughly a month after meeting with principals of ...

Read More »

Under Armour cuts revenue forecast, faces federal investigation (access required)

Following the revelation over the weekend that the federal government is investigating its accounting practices, Under Armour reported Monday that third-quarter revenues dropped 1% and said that it expects revenues for the year to fall short of expectations. The Baltimore-based ...

Read More »

Merritt to redevelop former McCormick property in Hunt Valley (access required)

Merritt Properties has bought 226 Schilling Circle in Hunt Valley, a vacant 98,640-square-foot office building that was previously home to McCormick & Company. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. A speculative construction project, Schilling Green III will be a ...

Read More »