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Stone named executive director of Station North Arts and Entertainment District

Ben Stone will officially begin work as executive director of Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District Inc. on Aug. 31. Stone is an architectural designer and planner at the Baltimore Development Corp. and sits on the board of directors ...

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Kornblatt named chairman of the board of commercial real estate company

David W. Kornblatt, founder of the Kornblatt Company, of Baltimore, has been named chairman of the board of the commercial real estate company. Kornblatt began his career as a real estate broker in 1951. After establishing the David Realty Co., ...

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City approves $700K loan for Senator Theatre

A $700,000 loan to restore and add to the historic Senator Theatre was approved Wednesday by Baltimore’s Board of Estimates. The new operators of the theater, Kathleen Cusack and James “Buzz” Cusack, have been going through the process of being ...

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New financial incentives offered for Baltimore gaming license

Baltimore City offered would-be casino developers new financial incentives to bid on the city’s lone gaming license on Wednesday. The changes approved by the Board of Estimates include the diversion of up to $6 million in slot machine tax revenue ...

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United Workers protest Cordish’s $3M rent break

Protesters for workers’ rights advocacy group United Workers picketed outside of the Baltimore Development Corp. office Wednesday to oppose a $3 million rent break that real estate developer The Cordish Cos. asked BDC for in exchange for making improvements to ...

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United Workers protest $3M tax break for Cordish

The United Workers have for months been protesting wages and working conditions at the Inner Harbor. On Wednesday morning, they staged a demonstration in front of the Baltimore Development Corp. offices on Charles Street to protest the $3 million rent tax break deal for The Cordish Cos. wants in exchange for making improvements to Power Plant.

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Report: Baltimore developers got breaks worth $14M last year

Developers in Baltimore were granted more than $14 million in property tax breaks last year through 35 incentive deals with the Baltimore Development Corp., the city’s quasi-public development arm. An annual report issued Wednesday to the city’s Board of Estimates ...

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