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Affordable housing projects to breaking ground April 4 in Havre de Grace

Green Street Housing and TM Associates Development, two of Maryland’s largest affordable rental housing developers, will host a groundbreaking ceremony April 4 at the Village at Blenheim Run in Havre de Grace. The event will be held at the Village at Blenheim Run, ...

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Mackenzie Commercial Real Estate Services brokers sale of Odenton site for $3.75M

Lutherville-based MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services has brokered the sale of 5.3 acres of land in the Odenton Town Center of Anne Arundel County for $3.75 million to Conifer Realty, LLC, a Rochester, New York-based company specializing in the development ...

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CCI&P expanding To 2nd location in Columbia  

Columbia Center for Implants & Periodontics (CCI&P) has signed a lease with The Howard Hughes Corporation for 4,485 square feet of space within 10490 Little Patuxent Pkwy., a six-story, 115,000 square foot commercial office building situated in Columbia. This represents ...

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16 CRC properties in Md. earn top ratings

Sixteen multifamily communities owned and managed by Continental Realty Corporation (CRC) in Maryland have earned “Satisfacts Insite” awards based on comments received by current residents related to overall satisfaction with the residential experience. The company earned 30 awards for properties ...

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First National Realty Partners acquires Brandywine shopping center 

First National Realty Partners LLC (FNRP), a vertically integrated real estate investment firm based in Red Bank, N.J., Wednesday announced the acquisition of Brandywine Crossing in Brandywine. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The addition of this 231,000-square-foot asset at 15802 ...

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Former Target in Mondawmin Mall to be redeveloped as community center

More than three years since it closed in late 2017, the former Target in Mondawmin Mall will soon be given new life by Whiting-Turner president and CEO Timothy Regan, who officially purchased the building for $1 million on Tuesday.  Regan ...

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