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Pratt Street retail pop-up launches in Harborplace’s shadow (access required)

As the woes of Baltimore’s Harborplace drag on, a new pop-up retail store across Pratt Street celebrated its launch on Thursday. M&T Bank, which chose to keep its regional headquarters downtown at the new One Light Street building, sponsored the ...

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Mayor Young: Sale of city land near Harborplace ‘a good conversation’ (access required)

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Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said he’d consider selling city-owned land around the Harborplace retail pavilions and would back tearing down the buildings to make way for new development. Young added he’d like to see the area redeveloped as entertainment ...

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Cost of Baltimore ransomware attack so far: $18 million (access required)

Nearly a month after a ransomware attack crippled Baltimore government computer systems, only about 35% of city employees’ access is restored and the invasion has cost the city roughly $18 million. The city’s technology department created a “safe environment” to ...

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JLL’s Manekin left law long ago, now ‘Champion of Justice’ (access required)

Robert Manekin’s relatively brief law career reaches back to serving on the student court system at a public university in the tumultuous late 1960s. It followed a trajectory that landed him at the Pearl Harbor desk of a legendary naval ...

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Candidate Henry wants Baltimore comptroller to expand real estate role (access required)

Councilman Bill Henry has launched his campaign for Baltimore comptroller arguing the job can play a significant role in real estate and economic development. Henry kicked off his campaign, flanked by Baltimore City Council members and state legislators, insisting the ...

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One Light Street celebrates culmination of 30-year journey (access required)

Madison Marquette celebrated the ceremonial opening of One Light Street on Thursday, marking a milestone in a roughly 30-year odyssey for the developer. One Light Street, as the building is called, provides the first new office space in downtown Baltimore north ...

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State Center developer’s attorney slams Md.’s executive privilege claims (access required)

Attorneys for a developer battling Maryland in court over the canceled $1.5 billion State Center redevelopment called the state’s assertion of executive privilege for hundreds of documents excessive and overly broad. Michael Edney, a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, lead ...

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Walker & Dunlop finances $14.3M for Class A office building (access required)

Bethesda-based commercial real estate finance company Walker & Dunlop Inc. announced Tuesday it structured $14.3 million in acquisition financing for 4100 South Stream, a Class A office building comprising four stories and 125,000 square feet in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since 1988, the property has ...

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Baltimore selects Tivoly developer, spurs cautious optimism (access required)

On the porch of her family’s home in the 1700 block of East 28th Street Kelly Wilson reminisced about the neighborhood after her family moved to Coldstream Homestead Montebello more than 50 years ago. Back in 1963 they were only ...

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Baltimore weighs suing developers who demolished historic Woodberry mills (access required)

Baltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis said the city is exploring a lawsuit against the developers who knocked down a pair of 19th Century mill buildings to make way for an apartment project. There are complicating factors, Davis said, such as ...

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