Raymond Skinner, who twice served as secretary of Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, is retiring from his position as head of East Baltimore Development Inc.
The at times maligned redevelopment efforts surrounding the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus in east Baltimore are about 60 percent complete, according to the master developer. Scott Levitan, senior vice president and development director for Forest City-New East Baltimore Partnership, said Monday that the buildout of the roughly 88-acre project is more than halfway done. “We’re […]
The Baltimore area restaurant has five other locations in and around the city.
The Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel wants to continue examining plans for a mixed-use building proposed as part of the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. initiative.
Maryland’s top court has cleared the way for Baltimore to condemn the property of Edward J. Makowski, the last holdout on his block, which happens to sit in the 88-acre footprint of the East Baltimore Development Inc. initiative.
Baltimore’s spending board approved Wednesday the transfer of $4.3 million in state capital funds to an account used to pay for property acquisition, demolition and infrastructure upgrades that are part of East Baltimore Development Inc.’s urban renewal project.
The city's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel approved plans Thursday for a new pavilion being built as part of a proposed $10 million park in the East Baltimore Development Inc. urban renewal project.
The roast pork, quesadillas and Havana Blast Shakes at what may have been the first restaurant to open in Baltimore’s Middle East neighborhood in 50 years are no more.
The recent story (“EBDI gets $2.5M to raze houses,” Dec. 12) confirms yet again the unmonitored use of our tax dollars freely distributed to powerful corporations resulting in greater wealth and health disparity-taxation without representation.
Baltimore’s spending board has approved $2.5 million in public funds to spur demolition of vacant, blighted houses at the stalled East Baltimore Development Inc. project.
Former Baltimore City Solicitor Thurman W. Zollicoffer Jr. has been appointed chairman of the board of directors of East Baltimore Development Inc., the 11-year-old nonprofit in charge of the $1.8 billion redevelopment located north of Johns Hopkins University Hospital in the area known as Middle East.
The city’s design review panel on Thursday questioned the wisdom of architects who have planned construction of a temporary public park on the grounds of a new hotel in the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. project.