Seawall Development Co. has purchased the Anderson Automotive properties in Remington that were part of a proposed Wal-Mart-anchored, mixed-use development dubbed 25th Street Station, and the company does not intend to pursue that development.Read More »
A group of Remington residents has filed a lawsuit in Baltimore City Circuit Court, alleging the city's Planning Commission didn't have the authority to approve a revised plan for the proposed 25th Street Station development.Read More »
The lawyer for the developer of a proposed Wal-Mart-anchored shopping center in Remington agreed to delay a city board hearing Tuesday night after residents objected to only three board members deciding the appeal.Read More »
The developer of a controversial proposal to build a Wal-Mart in Remington has filed court papers seeking a trial on the merits of a contractual dispute with the owner of the property.Read More »
Plans for 25th Street Station, a mixed-use development in Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood, took another detour Thursday as the property owner said he has unilaterally selected a new developer for the controversial project.Read More »
Several community activists who oppose the creation of a Walmart-centered development in Remington have lost another round in court. Benn Ray, Brendan Coyne, Douglas M. Armstrong and Allen W. Hicks cannot sue over plans for the 25th Street Station project, ...
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Developers for Baltimore’s controversial 25th Street Station in Remington are actively seeking a new anchor tenant in the wake of the withdrawal of home improvement chain Lowe’s from the project. Lowe’s officials informed developer Rick Walker on Monday that the ...
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