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Another apartment getting ready to launch at Locust Point

At the city’s emerging new hotspot, Locust Point, the new apartments and retail at McHenry Row are filling with tenants and retailers. Spies there say about six of the 250 apartments in the development are being rented each week, with ...

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Under Armour HQ to get illuminated sign, big retail store

Under Armour’s plan to expand its Locust Point campus — including adding up to 50,000 square feet in retail space,  a new office building with an illuminated logo that will rival the Domino Sugar sign and new playing fields on ...

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Moratorium called for Baltimore City water and sewer liens

A moratorium on placing liens on city houses solely for unpaid water or sewer charges will be introduced Monday night at the Baltimore City Council following a scathing audit that showed widespread problems in the city’s billing system. City Council ...

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Tax breaks for Exelon draw fire at City Hall

Members of the Baltimore City Council and others Thursday questioned millions of dollars in tax breaks set to go toward a $120 million office development for Exelon Corp. in Harbor Point. Two public subsidies for the developer, Harbor East Development ...

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Construction to begin at new Social Security Administration complex in Reisterstown

Construction is expected to begin at a $150 million Social Security Administration complex after a ceremonial groundbreaking set for Jan. 26 at 10:30 a.m. More than 1,600 federal employees are expected to work at the site, at 6100 Wabash Ave., ...

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Tremont Plaza to become apartments

Baltimore’s Tremont Plaza Hotel will soon convert back to its original purpose: apartments. The 390-suite property’s owners said Monday the rooms would soon be altered into apartments and long-term stay places. Five members of the hotel’s sales staff were laid ...

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Editorial: Now hereby be it resolved …

In keeping with the tradition of the season, we extend best wishes for 2012 to one and all, and we offer suggested New Year’s resolutions to a select few: Gov. Martin O’Malley: Do a better job of “moving Maryland forward” ...

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Battle brews over EBDI board appointment

A Baltimore City Council member continues to insist that he is appointing a community activist to the East Baltimore Development Inc. board of directors even though the nonprofit’s CEO says there are no openings on the board. “My recommendation stands,” ...

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Big Matty’s Diner fills gap left by Rallo’s closing

When the small diner at 838 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point — the legendary Rallo’s — closed in September, many regulars were doubly bereft. They mourned the death of personable owner Vincent Rallo, from lung cancer on July 7, ...

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