David M. Strouse, formerly the chief investment officer of Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corp., announced the formation of Birchwood Capital Partners, a multi-disciplined real estate investment and advisory firm. The company, which will maintain corporate headquarters in Baltimore, supplemented with an ...Read More »
When lawmakers convene in Annapolis next week, developers around the state will tighten the grip on their wallets. As the state’s budget woes continue and an expensive plan with a 10-year timetable for new federal Environmental Protection Agency requirements to ...Read More »
An advisory board to the city’s Department of Planning Thursday rejected an elaborate design for the Superblock after local residents and officials protested the demolition of a drug store that was the scene of a civil rights-era sit-in. Members of ...Read More »
A Baltimore architecture firm has been tapped for the design and planning of what will be the largest shopping center in China. Development Design Group Inc. said Monday it had been picked to handle the retail component of the Tianjin ...Read More »
Several months back, a colleague asked me to offer some thoughts about Baltimore and its future during his regular lunch gathering with friends. “Baltimore: Can It Be Saved?” was to be the subject. My first thought? Why me? He suggested ...Read More »
The most-read stories of 2010 by The Daily Record’s business reporting team mirror many of the big ongoing stories that have dominated the news since the economy cratered two years ago — failed banks, slot machine gambling, struggling commercial real ...
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Cassidy Turley’s Baltimore office announced the sale of Wicomico Industrial Center, a 343,719-square-foot industrial building at 1601 Wicomico St. in Baltimore. Jonathan Carpenter, Jay Wellschlager and Philip Iglehart of Cassidy Turley’s Capital Markets Group represented the seller, LNR Partners, Inc., ...
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Jeremy Parks got a call one day from a large bank in the Baltimore region with a borrower close to default on its loan for a 400-lot residential property. Parks and his Annapolis-based real estate consulting firm, TVM Real Estate ...Read More »
Residents of the Baltimore neighborhood where a new retail development anchored by Walmart and Lowe’s stores is planned say they will not appeal the city’s decision to allow the development but will seek assurances over traffic and parking concerns. The ...Read More »