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BDC getting $400K from EPA to rid brownfields of contamination

A total of $400,000 in grants is headed to the Baltimore Development Corp. from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help identify and assess brownfield sites in the city that may need to be cleaned up before redevelopment.

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Superblock team seeks 6th reprieve

The developer of the Superblock site was granted a 20-year PILOT tax break and an additional six months on its 2007 development agreement with the city in December.

More time, please. That was the request last week from an Atlanta- and New York-based development team to the Baltimore Development Corp. for a sixth extension of their exclusive land sale and development agreement for the $150 million Superblock project on the city’s West Side.

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BDC approves $107M tax break for Harbor Point

The board of directors of the Baltimore Development Corp. approved a request for a $107 million tax break to help develop the local headquarters for Exelon Corp. at Harbor Point Thursday morning, sending the bid on to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.

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Firm seeks to renew downtown buildings

The Baltimore Development Corp., the city's economic development agency, said Wednesday it intends to negotiate an agreement with a Philadelphia real estate development firm, PMC Property Group, leading to the purchase and redevelopment of six city-owned vacant commercial properties at 117 Water St. and 26-36 S. Calvert St.

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BDC kicks off “Miracle on Main Streets” small business promotion

The 8th annual "Miracle on Main Streets" promotion kicked off Wednesday at the Peabody Heights Brewery in Waverly. The promotion, sponsored by the Baltimore Development Corporation, encourages neighborhood residents to do their holiday shopping at local businesses.

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McKenzie named new president of Baltimore Development Corp.

Brenda McKenzie, a veteran economic development expert who recently led the Boston Redevelopment Authority and served as deputy commissioner for the Chicago Department of Planning and Development, has been named the new president of the Baltimore Development Corp.

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