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Middle East may become Beacon Park after a makeover

Developers of an 88-acre site in East Baltimore will soon unveil a new blueprint for the stalled $1.8 billion redevelopment that includes a proposal to rebrand the area and change the name of the Middle East community to Beacon Park. ...

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EBDI wants to tap fund

East Baltimore Development Inc. and the city Department of Housing and Community Development want to cash out a $2.1 million debt service account funded by EBDI and replace it with a taxpayer-guaranteed bond. But an official with the federal Department ...

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EBDI’s promised repairs not yet made on Gorham’s home

Despite promises from city officials that repairs would be made to her home after she publicly raised concerns last month, a prominent community activist from Middle East says her home has not been repaired and she has no idea when ...

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20-story residence north of Hopkins hospital topped out

The 20-story student residence tower north of the Johns Hopkins Hospital has been “topped out,” an insider’s term for the completion of the top-floor framing of a building. Hopkins administrators and officials of East Baltimore Development Inc., the nonprofit created ...

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2 restaurants coming to building near Hopkins Hospital

Fresh out of the three-month General Assembly session, Gov. Martin O’Malley stopped in east Baltimore Thursday for a forum on economic development. And, he broke some news. Two new restaurants are expected to open in the East Baltimore Development Inc. ...

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State growth panel may support TIF use

ANNAPOLIS — New recommendations for the use of tax increment financing may be forthcoming as a state growth commission studies funding priorities for development, the commission chairman said Thursday. Jon Laria, an attorney with Ballard Spahr and head of the ...

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City Council committee probes EBDI at hearing

Members of the Baltimore City Council, including Carl Stokes and President Bernard C. "Jack" Young, held a hearing Wednesday evening asking for explanations from officials at East Baltimore Development Inc. to issues raised in The Daily Record's five-month investigation of the nonprofit's plans to redevelop East Baltimore.

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