Gov. Larry Hogan plans to move forward with redeveloping the State Center complex in Baltimore, and intends to find a new master developer.Read More »
Todd Scott lived in east Baltimore’s Latrobe Homes public housing as a child. Standing in Eager Park, about a mile from there, Scott could hardly believe the difference in the area since he was a kid. Speaking during a ceremony ...Read More »
Housing prices in Maryland’s major metropolitan areas increased by nearly 3 percent in May compared to the same month last year. According to data from MarketStats by ShowingTime based on listing activity from Bright MLS, home prices in Prince George’s, ...Read More »
Greenfield Partners LLC continues to sell off flex/office assets in Howard County. Since December, the firm has sold three Howard County flex/office spaces totaling more than 264,000 square feet for a combined $21.6 million. The sales come at a time ...Read More »
A prominent developer has brought the original Preakness Stakes “owner’s trophy” back to Baltimore. Edward St. John, chairman of the board of St. John Properties, purchased the trophy from Doyle Auctions in New York, and the auctioneer announced the sale price ...Read More »
Construction on the $350 million Towson Row mixed-use development has started, again. Greenberg Gibbons on Thursday celebrated the start of work on the proposed 1.2 million-square-foot project that will consist of office, retail, residential, and hotel space. The ceremony comes ...
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Competition for customers among casinos in the region remains fierce, and Cordish Cos. hopes that adding luxury lodging to its complex in Anne Arundel County gives the business an edge. On Wednesday, the 310-room inn portion of Live Hotel & Casino ...Read More »
Chesapeake Real Estate Group LLC and Cicero Capital Partners LLC have partnered to renovate a 100,000-square-foot vacant office building near Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The firms plan $3.5 million of improvements at 1199 Winterson Road in Linthicum. Cicero ...Read More »
The engineering firm hired by Howard County to study flooding in Ellicott City said community concern over the impact of development following the deadly Memorial Day weekend storm may come from misunderstanding data. Models in McCormick Taylor’s analysis, released following ...
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