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Jun 8, 2012

Kultzow, Robinson promoted at GKV

Chris Kultzow and Daniel Robinson have been promoted at GKV Communications. Kultzow, of Windsor Mill, has become senior developer, interactive producer, where he will oversee visual design of  work for technical compliance and manage end-level quality assurance for clients. In addition, he will provide strategic recommendations on how to enhance the user experience. Kultzow will […]

May 25, 2012

Timonium video game developer Big Huge Games shuts down

Timonium video game developer Big Huge Games Inc. closed its doors last week after its parent company announced a company-wide layoff. 38 Studios, the faltering video game company of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, declared a “non-voluntary and non-disciplinary” layoff on Thursday, according to a letter sent to workers and obtained by The […]

May 10, 2012

Editorial: Super deal for Superblock

Let’s see now — what kind of a deal will it take to break a 10-year logjam and finally build something on the Superblock site in Baltimore? For starters, let’s give the developers another extension — eight months this time. The last extension was for six months, but time flies when you’re lining up a […]

Apr 29, 2012

Settlement ends fight over floating walkway

The Baltimore Board of Estimates last week approved a settlement with the developer of The Moorings at Canton and the homeowners’ association there, ending a multiyear dispute over a pedestrian promenade along the waterfront. The settlement will have the city contribute $400,000 toward the $1.1 million cost of building a new pedestrian waterfront walkway at […]

Apr 2, 2012

Mixed use development eyed for Cambridge port

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge officials say a mixed-use redevelopment is planned for the city’s waterfront. A mixture of commercial, public and possibly some residential properties is being considered for the port property at Sailwinds Park along Franklin Street. The property is owned by the state and leased by the city. The city and state have agreed […]

Mar 6, 2012

Enterprise Foundation co-founder Patricia Rouse dies at 85

Patricia “Patty” Rouse, co-founder of The Enterprise Foundation, now Enterprise Community Partners Inc., of Columbia, has died at age 85, the company announced Tuesday. She was the widow of James W. “Jim” Rouse, the legendary developer who conceived and brought Columbia into being. Patricia Rouse served as vice president and secretary and was a lifetime […]

Nov 24, 2011

Doing it the St. John way

Looking back, Edward St. John calls the June 2009 move to take over for a struggling developer outside the gates of Aberdeen Proving Ground a colossal risk. “It was just like going to Las Vegas and putting up $2 million on a roulette wheel,” he said of St. John Properties Inc. stepping in for Opus […]

Nov 22, 2011

Prosecutors: Jack Johnson deserves long sentence

WASHINGTON — Former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson deserves a severe and lengthy prison sentence for orchestrating “one of the most egregious and notorious” corruption schemes in state history, federal prosecutors said. A memorandum filed this week ahead of Johnson’s Dec. 6 sentencing hearing details Johnson’s role in a pay-to-play culture of governme[...]

Jul 21, 2011

Turner teams up with MGM to pursue city slots license

Developer Patrick Turner is working with mega resort and casino company MGM to win the Baltimore gaming license and build a slots parlor south of M&T Bank Stadium. Turner and another partner, Jim Seay, confirmed their interest in a written statement late Wednesday night after the pair watched the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission push […]

Jul 5, 2011

Leslie Johnson resigns P.G. County Council seat

WASHINGTON — The wife of former Prince George’s County Executive Jack B. Johnson resigned from her seat on the County Council on Tuesday, five days after she pleaded guilty to destroying evidence in a federal corruption probe. Leslie E. Johnson handed her resignation letter to Council Chair Ingrid Turner on Tuesday morning. The resignation is […]

May 4, 2011

Second try at finding Baltimore casino developer moving forward

The state’s second attempt to find a developer to build a casino in Baltimore will move forward after the disqualified winner of the first attempt dropped his request on Wednesday that the courts put the process on ice. The move came 30 months to the day after Maryland voters approved slot machine gaming and sets […]

Apr 17, 2011

Waiting for ruling, State Center developer is optimistic

While both sides await a ruling by a Baltimore City Circuit Court judge in a bitter court feud over the $1.5 billion redevelopment of State Center, the chief developer of the project said she remains committed to moving forward. Caroline G. Moore, 47, CEO of Ekistics LLC, says her group was optimistic and continuing to […]

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