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Linthicum Heights entrepreneur transforms former hair salon

A former Hair Cuttery in Linthicum Heights has been converted into Luxberg Jewelers, a fine arts and jewelry store. Owner Brad Bergersen, an entrepreneur with 15 years experience starting businesses, invested $50,000 in renovating the store at 529 S. Camp ...

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DEMCO buys Salisbury industrial property

Delmarva Electric Motors has purchased a 60,000-square-foot industrial building on six acres of land in Salisbury. The company, which was represented by SVN|Miller Commercial Real Estate Advisors, plans to clear the east side of the property to provide more visibility ...

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These Baltimore apartments are going up for auction

Address: 3701-3711 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore Property type: Apartments Size: 26 apartments Listing price: Auction Contact: Nick Luciani, auction agent at Alex Cooper Auctioneers, 443-465-4761; nick@alexcooper.com These four adjacent buildings, consisting of 26 apartments with five attached garages, are fully leased ...

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SVN predicts strong multifamily performance

SVN|REALSITE’s midyear multifamily outlook for Baltimore metro area predicts a solid performance for the sector. The company is anticipating occupancy to average 94.5 percent through the current year and multifamily sales transactions to trend up to 6.2 percent in 2017. ...

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Columbia Mall adds six shops and restaurants

The Mall in Columbia has added six retail shops and restaurants to its tenant mix. Main Event Entertainment; Barnes & Noble Inc.; Uncle Julio’s Rio Grande Café; Z Gallerie; The Walrus Oyster & Ale House; and Shake Shack will open ...

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This tower is in one of the hottest commercial spaces in Baltimore

  Address: 2 Pratt Plaza, Tower II Property type: Office Size: 159,616 rentable square feet Contact: Jay Wellschlager, managing director at JLL, 443-452-1516; jay.wellschlager@am.jll.com An office property in the red-hot Pratt Street corridor in downtown Baltimore that’s more than 75 ...

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