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S&P housing index shows price growth at slowest since Sept. 1996

Prices of single-family homes across the nation rose in November at the slowest rate in more than a decade, a housing index released Tuesday by Standard & Poor's showed, countering other evidence that the housing slowdown may be nearing an end.

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Cumberland's 'Rock' set for a $31 million facelift

Car racing enthusiasts and fans of a host of motor sports would flock to Cumberland if the city built a $31 million racing complex, according to a new feasibility study for the proposed project.

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U.S. office rents, up 18%, may rise 15% in 2007, colliers says

U.S. rents for prime downtown office space rose 18.2 percent on average in 2006 as demand outstripped supply, and they may climb as much as 15 percent this year, according to a Colliers International report.

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A short history of Baltimore's Railway Express building

<p> Midtown Baltimore’s historic Railway Express building is now undergoing an $11 million renovation that developers hope will bring the structure back to its former glory.

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