The Baltimore Development Corp. is seeking repayment of a $200,000 loan it made to the previous owners of The Inn at the Black Olive in Fells Point.Read More »
A group of environmentalists and Baltimore residents have filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court seeking to have stronger monitoring of what they say is toxic waste on the site of a casino under construction along Russell Street.
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The once- and would-be developer of the Baltimore-owned Superblock property sued the city Tuesday for at least $50 million in an effort to block Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake from entertaining new bids for the project.
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Baltimore activists and City Council members sparred, sometimes angrily, with one another Wednesday as a council committee continued to debate the merits of a public financing plan for the proposed Harbor Point development.Read More »
Plans for a $107 million tax-funded incentive for Baltimore’s proposed Harbor Point development were put on hold for at least several weeks, following a hearing Wednesday evening at City Hall.Read More »
Although the initial request for one of three public tax breaks for a $1 billion development on the city’s waterfront near Harbor East is $107 million, the cost of repaying that amount will balloon to more than $283 million over the three-decade term of the bonds, according to city documents.
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A crowd of nearly 150 — many of them residents of public housing and local clergy — packed the chambers of the Baltimore City Council Wednesday for a committee hearing on a set of tax breaks totaling $88 million for a waterfront development where the energy giant Exelon Corp. plans to locate its local headquarters.Read More »
Exclusive development rights for the city-owned Superblock property will be rebid in the fall, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday.Read More »
Thanks, but no thanks. That’s what top Baltimore officials reportedly told the developers of the proposed $150 million Superblock redevelopment after they asked for a sixth extension on the exclusive development rights for the city-owned parcel.Read More »