Time Group Real Estate Investment Thursday unveiled schematics for a modernist residential apartment building at 500 Park Ave. The developer presented initial plans for an “L” shaped, six-story building with 153 apartments to the Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. Plans for the project also involve a 4,000-square-foot retail building on the site, but it’s […]
The first quarter of 2015 gives reason for optimism about the Class A apartment markets in the Baltimore metro market and the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., according to a report from Delta Associates. But the quarter itself? Not good. In the report, Delta Associates, a Washington, D.C., based commercial real estate research firm, found that rents decreased and vacancy rates increased in bo[...]
The new owners, 7 West Mulberry Partners LLC, intends to convert the former Catholic school building near downtown Baltimore to a multifamily use.
According to data from the National Multifamily Housing Council and the National Apartment Association, apartment construction, operation and resident spending contributed $7.9 billion to the local economy and supported 72,800 job in the Baltimore metro area 2013. The findings don’t really come as a surprise. The multifamily market has performed exceedingly well in the wake of […]
Student housing developers are starting to include luxury apartment style amenities to lure student tenants.
The 379 luxury apartments are part of a massive overhaul of the enclosed mall into a mixed-use development in Hampden, one of Baltimore's most popular neighborhoods.
CBRE marketed Watergate Village marketed the site as a "value add" property.
Although some markets are weakening, Baltimore's multifamily market is positioned to thrive heading into the spring leasing season.
A measure sponsored by Councilman David Marks would require residential projects in downtown Towson to be reviewed by the Design Review Panel.
A Baltimore County review panel is scheduled to scrutinize site plans for the proposed $350 million Towson Row development. Demolition to make way for the project could begin in the next few weeks. The county’s Design Review Panel is scheduled to review the project’s site plan at 6 p.m., Wednesday in the Jefferson Building. The […]
The developer is considering turning the building at 115 N. Charles St. into a mixed-use building with 25 apartments.
Although vacancy rates for apartments continued to decline in 2014 concerns about demand new products in Baltimore and Washington D.C. suburbs may hold down rents and increase vacancy rates.