The sale of Cassidy Turley, which has offices in Baltimore and the Washington, D.C., markets, to a new ownership consortium was officially announced Monday, and the company became part of the DTZ brand.
The deal creates one of the world's largest global commercial real estate services firms and generates a giant new competitor locally.
Commercial real estate services firm Cassidy Turley, one of the most active players in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., markets, announced Monday it has entered an agreement to become an affiliate of DTZ Investment Holdings.
The big office space leases in the Baltimore metro area get the most attention, but small businesses are driving the market.
Cassidy Turley arranged the financing for the owners of the Canton property.
The Baltimore-area office market grew slowly in the second quarter of 2014, with bright spots in particular submarkets.
A report from Cassidy Turley shows reasons for optimism and skepticism about the industrial and office markets in Baltimore.
A 28-story building in Baltimore’s central business district has been sold for $19.6 million, the firm that arranged the sale said Wednesday.
St. John honored by University of Maryland Real estate developer Edward St. John may now be legitimately addressed as “Dr. St. John,” having received an Honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from the University of Maryland. The honor was awarded to St. John on May 20 during the school’s commencement ceremony. St. John earned a […]
Rising four stories over what once was home plate at Memorial Stadium, a new senior housing and skilled nursing care facility is set to open Thursday at 1 p.m. The $12.6 million Green House Residences at Stadium Place will mark the latest addition to the massive redevelopment of the stadium site on 33rd Street, including […]
Owners of a proposed new restaurant for the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. redevelopment were granted a liquor license Thursday at City Hall. Ernst Valery and Mondel L. Powell will be allowed to sell beer, wine and liquor at what is being tentatively called Teavolve 2, the city’s Board of Liquor License Commissioners voted during […]
Is John Paterakis Santa Claus? That could be the case if a local church-based community group gets its wish for a $10 million donation, requested during a sit-down in the billionaire developer and bakery mogul’s Harbor East offices recently. Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development, or BUILD, asked Paterakis to show them the money so they […]