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Baltimore metro office market posts solid gains

The Baltimore metro area office market continued its streak of strong performances through the third quarter, according to recently released reports. Strong economic growth in the area, according to a Delta Associates report, propelled the solid showing. The metro area ...

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Susquehanna Ave. property poses inviting prospect for investors in Towson

This office building at 29 W. Susquehanna Ave. in Towson provides an opportunity for an investor or owner/user to take charge of a property in bustling downtown Towson. The property, which has 72,559 rentable square feet, is about 70 percent ...

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Tax credit draws rave reviews in Baltimore

Developers continue to praise a Baltimore tax credit for making building new apartments in the city possible. During a ceremonial groundbreaking for Highland Haus apartments, on the former site of the famed Haussner’s restaurant, the project’s developer said it would ...

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Fleet Street property offers redevelopment opportunity

The property at 1709 Fleet St. provides a redevelopment opportunity in the historic Fells Point neighborhood. Currently the brick building is a shell following a fire that destroyed the majority of the building back in 2012, according to an online ...

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Sojourner-Douglass College’s east campus still on the market

Sojourner-Douglass College’s east Baltimore campus remains on the market as the school fights for its accreditation to be reinstated. Online broker Ten-X has a call for offers on the properties, at 200 N. Central Ave. and 500 N. Caroline St., ...

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Breakthrough elusive in State Center mediation

Negotiations continue nearly two months after the developer of the proposed $1.5 billion State Center redevelopment and the state of Maryland started a mediation process expected to take 30 days. State Center LLC and the state, the proposed development’s largest ...

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Campaign aims to attract 3K residents to city

Central Baltimore Partnership, with technical and financial assistance from Johns Hopkins University, is launching a marketing campaign to help achieve a goal of attracting 3,000 new households to nearly a dozen city neighborhoods. On Saturday the nonprofit, which describes its ...

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Former Towson cop shop has bones for restaurant or brewery

The owner of a historic former police station in downtown Towson believes this property could make great site for a restaurant, pub or brewery. The three-story building at 308 Washington Ave. is located in a thriving area of downtown not ...

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H&S expansion keeps commercial in Fell’s Point

Portions of east Baltimore near the waterfront are rapidly being developed with residential and office projects, but some industrial uses will continue to be part of the neighborhood. H&S Bakery has started a $15 million expansion of its Fells Point ...

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