On a recent weekend, prospective Dundalk homeowners and renters were invited to “Live the Unexpected” and tour the peninsula community to see firsthand its redevelopment, new jobs and housing options. “Dundalk has a lot of charm and historic character in some of its older neighborhoods,” said Amy Menzer, executive director of Dundalk Renaissance Corporation. “It […]
The Baltimore Development Corp. has released a request for proposals to redevelop 20 city-owned properties in the Bromo Arts & Entertainment District downtown. The properties make up the majority of one block bounded by Park Avenue, Howard, Mulberry and Franklin streets, and is in the Market Center National Register Historic District. The city is seeking […]
The former Palmer House Restaurant and Devine Seafood buildings will be redeveloped as apartments.
Pennrose Properties and AVG Partners were seeking support from BDC's board for a Payment in Lieu of Taxes.
GMP Development Enterprises LLC wants to build an apartment building on two surface parking lots on Mulberry Street.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has added six new people to the Baltimore Development Corp. Board of Directors, including former mayor and current University of Baltimore president Kurt Schmoke.
Brenda McKenzie is departing from her post as president and CEO of the Baltimore Development Corp., to be replaced by City Councilman William Cole.
Metropolitan Baltimore LLC is seeking parking revenue bonds to help pay for the $110 million 1 Light St. project.
The Baltimore Development Corp. has structured a deal so a theater incubator can take over a row of vacant buildings in the West Side.
The state of Maryland has approved a $250,000 grant to the Baltimore Development Corp. to go toward the BaltimoreMICRO program.
A request for proposals to redevelop 10 vacant city-owned properties on the West Side received three responses, according to the Baltimore Development Corp.
A Baltimore judge is considering whether to throw out a lawsuit filed by the ousted developer of the Superblock seeking to block new bids on the project.