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Amenity-rich Baltimore suburban offices continue enticing tenants

A rendering of Greenleigh of Crossroads (Courtesy St. John Properties)

Baltimore’s suburbs continue to attract new and expanding companies with amenity-rich developments undercutting what was supposed to be one of the city’s strengths in competing for new firms and to entice existing companies to expand. This counters the national trend, where ...

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Bainbridge starts construction on delayed Key Highway apartments

(Hord Copland Macht rendering)

Construction has started on the Bainbridge Cos.’ long-delayed apartment project in Federal Hill. The company celebrated the ceremonial start of construction on the project at 1100 Key Highway on Wednesday. The building is expected to be complete by the middle ...

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Baltimore multifamily developers bank on amenities in crowded market


In Baltimore’s increasingly competitive Class A apartment market, developers are turning to amenities to set their projects apart. A prime example is the redevelopment of 2Hopkins downtown by Rockville-based Berman Enterprises and its multifamily unit, LIVEbe. The company touts the ...

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Finmarc invests $10.6M in Columbia office properties

Oakland Ridge. (Submitted photo)

Bethesda-based Finmarc Management Inc. has purchased a four-building office portfolio in Columbia for $10.6 million. The single-story assets in the Oakland Ridge Business Park total 116,000 square feet of space. The business park is along Route 108, and the properties ...

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Maryland housing market strong, but Baltimore struggles


  The housing market in Maryland kept its momentum through November as the state’s major metro areas continued to see increasing sales prices. Median sales price in the Baltimore metro area reached $254,000, which is a new November record, according ...

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Morgan Properties invests $277M in Maryland

Morgan Properties purchased a portfolio of suburban Maryland properties for $277.5 million. The company has acquired the four-property NOAH portfolio that consists of 2,729 units from Rockpoint Group. Morgan Properties achieved its goal of purchasing more than $1 billion in ...

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Baltimore lags East Coast in $1M home sales

The number of homes sold for at least $1 million in Baltimore in the past three years lags far behind other East Coast metros, according to the website Property Shark. New York City leads the East Coast in terms of ...

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Laria named chair of Maryland Building Industry Association chapter

Jon Laria, managing partner of Ballard Spahr’s Baltimore office, has been named chairman of the city’s Maryland Building Industry Association chapter. The industry group represents home builders, remodelers and developers to increase business opportunities. The chapters also monitor local legislation, ...

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