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Aug 13, 2014

PMC Property Group plans 175 apartments on Calvert Street

Steven Bloom, operating partner of PMC Property Group in Baltimore, said his company has decided to develop 175 apartments in a handful of formerly city-owned buildings near the intersection of Calvert and Lombard streets.

Mar 2, 2012

Good action at auction in Mt. Vernon Historic District

Last week, 27 multi-unit properties in the Mt. Vernon Historic District were auctioned by Alex Cooper Real Estate — an event that included 50 registered bidders and a renewed air of optimism about the market. The bankruptcy auction, held in Towson at the Alex Cooper office, centered on several apartment houses along Calvert and St. […]

Sep 28, 2011

Hollywood Diner gets a reprieve

When Alan and Bonnie Kingman read about plans to close the Hollywood Diner, they arranged to take a long lunch Wednesday and trek down from Lutherville to pay what they thought would be a last visit. The couple, both being interested in the 1950s era, got married on Halloween in 1992 and held their wedding […]

Sep 22, 2011

Hollywood Diner may close Friday – but maybe not

The famed Hollywood Diner — donated to the city of Baltimore after its use on the set of Barry Levinson’s 1982 movie “Diner” — may, again, be closing its doors to customers as soon as Friday. But owner Cheryl Townsend, who is also the proprietor of the Red Springs Cafe and catering company (formerly on Calvert […]

Sep 1, 2011

Take a virtual lap of the Baltimore Grand Prix

Downtown Baltimore has been virtually realized. Immersion Media created a virtual video of the track, showing what it will look like for IndyCar racers speeding through the streets in this weekend’s inaugural Grand Prix. The 2.1-mile, 12-turn course starts on Pratt Street, in front of the convention center, and the first turn is a tight […]

May 13, 2011

Top 5: ‘I’m still an attorney’

Some area attorneys had a good week, some had a bad week. Five were fired from the Baltimore County Office of the Public Defender, and a former GlaxoSmithKline attorney was acquitted. Those stories and more in this week’s staff-written legal affairs top 5. 1. Office of the Public Defender fires five – by Brendan Kearney […]

May 11, 2011

CJCC gets Baltimore courthouse renovation study

The latest plan to upgrade Baltimore’s outdated and dysfunctional circuit court buildings calls for extensive renovations to the existing Calvert Street courthouses and the construction of a new criminal courthouse a block away, an undertaking that will cost as much as $600 million. The feasibility study presented Wednesday at the Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission’s monthly […]

Feb 11, 2011

Spill closes section of JFX in Baltimore

A section of the Jones Falls Expressway in downtown Baltimore has been shut down after an unknown substance was spilled on the roadway. Fire department spokesman Chief Kevin Cartwright says northbound Interstate 83 was closed between Fayette and Calvert streets Friday morning. Cartwright says about five gallons of an unknown substance was spilled in the […]

Jan 7, 2011

Photo of the Day – Preparing for another dangerous package

Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have a SmugMug page, where you can purchase photos taken by The Daily Record staff.

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