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Tag Archives: Baltimore Development Corp.

Mayor says he’s confident economic development agency is on track

In response to a board member’s question about whether the Baltimore Development Corp. has lost direction, Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said Wednesday that he believes the city’s economic development agency is serving its purpose. Young, during a regular news ...

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Baltimore Development Corp. board backs ASH Westside proposal

The Baltimore Development Corp.’s board favors a proposal from a New York-based developer to transform more city-owned blight on downtown’s Westside. Developer ASH proposes renovating the buildings at 142-144 W. Fayette St. and 102-106 N. Liberty St., into 20 apartments ...

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Baltimore’s new Westside development strategy: Go small

William H. Cole

Baltimore’s strategy to revitalize downtown’s Westside by seeking investors for smaller chunks of city-owned blight is starting to produce results that development officials hope to build on. While by no means an unqualified success, Baltimore Development Corp.’s aggressive issuing of ...

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11 businesses receive Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards

Eleven Baltimore businesses were recognized for activities or projects that have significantly benefited the Baltimore community and are outside of the business’s regular mission at the 42nd Annual Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards Thursday. The awards, sponsored by the Mayor’s Office, the ...

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Baltimore issues RFP for Westside propert

  The Baltimore Development Corp. is seeking responses for a request for proposal after an unsolicited bid was submitted to purchase the property at 109-111 West Lexington St. The city-owned six-story commercial property consists of 16,301 square feet of space ...

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Baltimore seeks developer for choice public parcel

Baltimore is seeking a developer for a publicly-owned parcel at 111 S. Hanover St. in one of the city’s hottest corridors for office demand. The Baltimore Development Corp., the quasi-governmental economic development agency, issued the request for proposal on Thursday on ...

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