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Baltimore realty firm nabs Maryland awards

Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corp. won four service awards from the Maryland Multi-Housing Association. The service team at The Crossings at White Marsh won a silver award in the Service team of the Year category and the team from Doncaster Village ...

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Valery pitches new vision for revitalization of West Baltimore

Ernst Valery, president of Ernst Valery Investment Corp., envisions a time when the downtrodden area surrounding the West Baltimore MARC station is a vibrant mixed-use community. Currently he’s making a presentation for a project dubbed Station West trying to garner ...

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Baltimore Coffee and Tea Co. to expand in Md.

Baltimore Coffee and Tea Co. plans to expand in the Baltimore metro area, adding three new locations at St. John Properties’ projects by the first quarter of next year. The Timonium-based company, which provides 120 varieties of coffee and operates ...

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University of Maryland Shore Medical Pavilion construction starts

Baltimore-based Klein Enterprises started construction this week on the 50,000-square-foot University of Maryland Shore Medical Pavilion in Denton. Construction on the project is expected to be complete by the end of next year and to open in early 2019. University ...

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Groundbreaking planned for Maryland Capital Regional Medical Center

The ceremonial start of construction of the University of Maryland Capital Regional Medical Center in Largo is scheduled for Thursday. The facility is slated to replace the University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly. The new facility in ...

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Paterakis widow wants stepchildren booted as estate representatives

Roula Paterakis, wife of the late bakery magnate and developer John Paterakis Sr., wants two of his children removed as personal representatives of his estate. A petition filed Wednesday in Baltimore County Orphans’ Court alleges William J. Paterakis and Venice ...

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Maglev backers sign labor deal, add political clout

A competition between two technologies vying to provide high-speed transportation between Baltimore and Washington could pit old-school organized labor against futurist entrepreneur Elon Musk. Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail and North America’s Building Trade Unions held a ceremonial signing of a memorandum ...

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New report provides map for reusing older urban buildings

A new report lays out steps cities can take to make it easier to use older buildings to add life and prosperity to urban neighborhoods. Partnership for Building Reuse, a joint venture by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and ...

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