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Baltimore zoning code changes to be subject of public hearings

Beginning Oct. 19, the city’s Department of Planning will hold a series of public meetings on a draft of the city’s new zoning code. The last time such changes were made, Johnny U was lofting TD passes for the Baltimore ...

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More rooms near Stevenson, McDonogh

The ribbon was cut for a $11.3 million Hampton Inn in Owings Mills this week by Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and representatives of Mangione Family Enterprises, owners of the new digs. The 105-room hotel located on Red Run Boulevard ...

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City Councilwoman Clarke leads protest against plan to close 8 Baltimore post offices

This week, City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke led a protest to try and halt a plan to close eight Baltimore post offices, now under review by the U.S. Postal Service. The feds say there is a pressing need to stop ...

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Real Estate Weekly: Garrett land auction set, Riderwood sets fast pace, personnel and leases

Garrett land auction set A public auction of 126 acres in Garrett County was announced by Frederick-based Rawlings Auction, Appraisal & Realty LLC. The property has many established old logging roads, a creek and a pond, and partially adjoins the ...

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Montgomery County economic development chief takes aim at vacancy rate

As director of economic development in Montgomery County since April 2009, Steve Silverman has focused much of his attention on how to fill the empty office and retail space in his suburban jurisdiction. At the end of 2010, the county ...

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Report on Baltimore office vacancies looks up

The market for office space in Baltimore’s central business district will experience a slight uptick this year, a report released Tuesday predicts. The fourth quarter 2010 Marketbeat report by Cushman & Wakefield stated that vacancy rates downtown had stabilized by ...

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On the Move, 11/8: Stults to lead MICA’s new Office of Community Engagement

Karen Stults has been named director of engagement by Maryland Institute College of Art, in Baltimore, where she will lead MICA’s new Office of Community Engagement. The office will assess, strengthen and coordinate the school’s academically based community partnerships. Stults ...

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Real Estate Weekly: COPT sees drop in funds from operations

Corporate Office Properties Trust, a real estate investment trust based in Columbia, reported third-quarter funds from operations of $39.1 million, or 54 cents per diluted share, compared with FFO of $42.4 million, or 60 cents per diluted share, for the ...

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