Mar 28, 2017

Baltimore seeking development consultants for Lexington Market overhaul

The Baltimore Public Market Corp. is seeking consultants to help prepare to fill Lexington Market-area retail space as well as monitor and oversee work involved with the proposed overhaul of the historic public market. The corporation, which operates the city’s public markets, issued the requests for proposals Tuesday. Kirby Fowler, board chairman for both the […]

Apr 17, 2015

Civil lawsuit accuses Baltimore developers of fraud

An investor is accusing local developers of fraud regarding the rehabilitation of properties in the North Central Historic District. San Francisco-based Foss and Co. filed a lawsuit in Baltimore City Circuit Court against Ibrahim Sheikh, Mohammed Ali Farooq and Sameena Farooq , as well as the companies Station North Development LLC and Maryland Management & Restoration LLC seeking $75,000 in c[...]

Oct 9, 2014

Developer pleads not guilty to wetlands damage in Delaware

(AP) Delaware developer Joseph Capano has pleaded not guilty to charges he and his company damaged New Castle wetlands and lied to environmental regulators. The News Journal reported Capano appeared Thursday in federal court in Wilmington. A grand jury indicted Capano last month. The indictment says Capano and Riverbend LLC expanded a causeway and placed […]

May 2, 2013

Developer seeks $37M for Fort Detrick pollution

FREDERICK — A Frederick developer is seeking $37 million for what it claims is the Army’s failure to stop toxic chemicals from Fort Detrick from polluting groundwater off post. The Frederick News-Post reported Thursday on a claim that Waverly View Investors LLC filed with the Army. A Fort Detrick lawyer says he’s looking into the […]

Apr 19, 2013

Private developer could build I-70 interchange

FREDERICK — A private developer may step in to help build a new interchange on Interstate 70 east of Frederick. The proposal to bring Elm Street Development onto the project must be approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Frederick County Traffic Engineer Ron Burns tells The Frederick News-Post that the proposal would allow planning […]

Apr 14, 2013

Poppleton lawsuit settles

The long-stalled redevelopment of Baltimore’s Poppleton neighborhood could soon be moving forward, thanks to the settlement of litigation between the city and the developer it chose back in 2006.

Mar 24, 2013

Woman who tweeted about crude comments loses job

SAN JOSE, Calif. — A female developer was fired after tweeting about a group of men she said were making sexual comments at a computer programming conference, fueling an already vigorous debate about gender equality and culture in Silicon Valley. Adria Richards wrote on her blog,, that she was seated in a ballroom at […]

Oct 3, 2012

St. John Properties willing to sell up to 90% of APG project

St. John Properties is seeking an equity partner for the lucrative 2 million-square-foot office complex under construction outside the gates of Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County.

Jul 25, 2012

Amtrak proposes $7B for Union Station upgrades

WASHINGTON — Amtrak is proposing a $7 billion to upgrade Union Station in Washington to turn it into a high-speed rail hub for the Northeast. The Washington Post reports that a plan to be unveiled Wednesday afternoon calls for doubling the number of trains the station can accommodate. Amtrak would add new platforms, tracks and […]

Jul 11, 2012

Developer pledges local hiring for proposed Superblock project

A plan to grant a tax break worth millions of dollars to the developers of the proposed Superblock downtown drew a packed house to a City Council hearing Wednesday evening. The incentive would allow Lexington Square Partners to have a 95 percent property tax break, in the form of a payment in lieu of taxes, […]

Jun 28, 2012

Poppleton developer sues to keep project

The developer chosen in 2006 to redevelop a large chunk of the Poppleton neighborhood is suing the city of Baltimore, saying officials have misstated the project’s status, stymied the group’s financing efforts and now seek to boot it from the project. Poppleton Development I LLC filed for a temporary restraining order on Wednesday in U.S. […]

Jun 14, 2012

Lomax, Rinaldi, Whiteford and Gee join ADG Creative

Cyrkle Lomax, Allison Rinaldi, Chip Whiteford and Madelyn Gee have joined ADG Creative. Lomax is an account supervisor. She is a marketing professional with 10 years of experience leading corporate marketing and internal communications for multi-million dollar companies across diverse industries. Most recently, she spent time at Merkle and Euro RSCG as an account supervisor. […]

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