Real Estate

Poverni Sheikh Group turning blight into mixed-use Howard Row

Poverni Sheikh Group has started work transforming 405-415 N. Howard St. into a 50,000-square-foot mixed-use project. (The Daily Record/Adam Bednar)

Poverni Sheikh Group has started construction on its mixed-use Howard Row project in Baltimore, the latest in a string of developments transforming formerly city-owned vacant properties in a portion of downtown that has struggled to attract investment. The developer intends to ...

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Baltimore grapples with including poor residents in smart city ambitions


There’s a particular image Sheri Parks recalls from researching what residents in Baltimore’s low-income neighborhoods want from smart cities technology: children, crowded around school buildings after dismissal, with cellphones out, doing homework because of limited access to fast, reliable Wi-Fi at home or in their neighborhood.

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Baltimore affordable housing funding bill set for September hearing

Baltimore City Hall

A bill raising taxes to provide a dedicated financing source for Baltimore’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund is slated for a public hearing in September. It was previously announced that the Baltimore City Council’s Taxation, Finance, and Economic Development Committee had ...

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Morgan State University students see HOPE in historic preservation

Morgan State University architecture students Jamil Nelson, Nathaniel Mitchell, and Akiel Allen work on placing level pavers in the courtyard of The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture. (The Daily Record/Adam Bednar)

Taylor Proctor, who grew up in Prince George’s County, has always been fascinated by design. She recalls visiting homes and buildings as a child and being mesmerized by the artistry that goes into building structures and interior decoration. Due to her ...

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NKF: Hot suburban Maryland office market on the rise

This rendering depicts the Carr Building, to be built at 7272 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda.

Office vacancy in the D.C. suburbs in Maryland fell to 15.5 percent in the second quarter, its lowest level in nearly six years, according to one commercial real estate advisory firm. Newmark Knight Frank’s recently released report found strong demand, ...

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Klein Enterprises acquires Windsor Mill property

Klein Enterprises, a Baltimore-based real estate developer, has acquired 7152 Windsor Blvd. through one of its affiliates. The property is located within the Rutherford Business Park in the government and contractor driven Windsor Mill submarket of Baltimore County. The 57,855-square-foot single-story office ...

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