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Tag Archives: Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation

Historic Hendler Creamery gets OK for apartments (access required)

Hendler Creamery

A historic red-brick structure in East Baltimore that once housed the country’s first fully automated ice cream factory will soon be converted to 250 market-rate apartments, a city historic review panel voted Tuesday.

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Mechanic’s fate causes things to get testy at meeting (access required)

Things got quite testy when the fate of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre came up during the monthly meeting of the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel on Thursday. ...

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New plan to raze Mechanic (access required)

A local group is seeking to demolish the 45-year-old Morris A. Mechanic Theatre and replace it with two 30-story towers that would add 600 market-rate apartments to center city, a 150,000-square-foot retail complex and an underground parking garage. The $150 ...

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Locust Point Harris Teeter’s opening a few months away (access required)

Harris Teeter’s name towers above Key Highway in Locust Point, but it will be four more months before the upscale grocery opens its doors there. The store – and adjacent wine shop – is part of the McHenry Row complex ...

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On the Move, 3/17: Grodin joins Katzen Eye Group

Dr. Michael H. Grodin, board-certified vitreo-retinal specialist and surgeon, has joined the retina team of Katzen Eye Group. He specializes in the diagnosis, management and surgical treatment of all vitreo-retinal disorders. Dr. Grodin’s postdoctoral ophthalmology training was completed at Michigan State ...

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