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Counties, nonprofits unite to protect affordable housing along Purple Line

The Maryland suburbs adjoining Washington have long struggled to provide enough affordable housing for middle-income residents. But these days, as construction proceeds on Metrorail’s Purple Line through Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, the struggle has intensified. Due to be completed ...

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Baltimore real estate recovered after ransomware attack but IT infrastructure needs work

Baltimore’s real estate market has fully recovered from the ransomware attack that last year crippled the city’s digital infrastructure, real estate officials said. But officials are still working to improve the city’s aged information technology system. “While our system was ...

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Agents hope solid Md. real estate sales weather virus pressures

The housing market in Maryland’s major metro jurisdictions turned in a solid performance last month, which usually bodes well for the spring season crucial to residential real estate. Those solid sales figures, however, represent a snapshot of the market before ...

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Md. company updates homes before they hit the market

Curbio is a Potomac-based company that specializes in turnkey renovations to homes that are set to be put on the market soon. Launched in 2017, the company has grown exponentially, starting in three cities and growing to having a presence in 22 markets as of early 2020. Renovations are paid for at settlement once the property sells.

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Lexington Market Inc. seeks East Market overhaul proposals

Lexington Market Inc.’s board is seeking proposals to redevelop the East Market building that dates back to 1952. Lexington Market Inc. wants to begin work on the 66,869-square-foot building in late 2021 after Seawall Development delivers the new $40 million ...

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Legal resource center planned for Thurgood Marshall’s old Baltimore school

The historic west Baltimore school building where Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall received his early education will house a museum and legal resource center following a $6 million renovation. Baltimore’s Department of Housing and Community Development Friday selected nonprofit community ...

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Baltimore spending board to consider $148M Port Covington financing ‘soon’

Baltimore’s spending board is expected to consider granting the final go-ahead to issue $148 million in debt supporting the $5.5 billion Port Covington development in south Baltimore. Baltimore Development Corporation President and CEO Colin Tarbert told board members Thursday that ...

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