Tag Archives: downtown

Baltimore Development Corp. board backs ASH Westside proposal

Baltimore is seeking developers for five properties in the 100 blocks of Fayette and Liberty streets in downtown's Westside. (The Daily Record/ Adam Bednar)

The Baltimore Development Corp.’s board favors a proposal from a New York-based developer to transform more city-owned blight on downtown’s Westside. Developer ASH proposes renovating the buildings at 142-144 W. Fayette St. and 102-106 N. Liberty St., into 20 apartments ...

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See Baltimore Downtown Partnership’s interactive development map here

Baltimore skyline

The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore has released its annual development report — but for the first time, it’s interactive. The organization hopes the user-friendly report will make it easier to see where development and investment is happening within the one-mile radius of ...

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Baltimore Development Corp. considers three downtown proposals

The Baltimore Development Corp.’s board weighed three pitches to develop two city-owned properties downtown during its meeting Thursday, but it’s unknown what recommendations were made regarding the proposals. Staff presented two bids for the property at 109-111 Lexington St. The ...

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Growing business, growing their careers

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On a recent weekend, prospective Dundalk homeowners and renters were invited to “Live the Unexpected” and tour the peninsula community to see firsthand its redevelopment, new jobs and housing options. “Dundalk has a lot of charm and historic character in ...

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Salisbury seeks downtown revitalization

This is a detail of the Draft 2015-2035 Downtown Salisbury Master Plan. Light green indicates existing green areas, while dark green indicates proposed additional green areas. Light brown areas indicate existing paths, while dark brown areas indicate proposed paths. Existing buildings are in white; proposed buildings are in dark gray. (Submitted illustration)

Salisbury, the most populous city on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, wants to transform its downtown to meet the growing demand for urban style development among its younger residents. The city’s master plan for the area calls for investing $640 million during ...

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