A June 14 foreclosure auction has been scheduled for a 5.21-acre parcel of the city’s waterfront in Port Covington once envisioned to be a sparkling retail and residential hub. The auction of 301 E. Cromwell St. will be held at ...Read More »
The historic Mercantile Trust and Deposit Co. building downtown will soon be converted to hold a 250-seat theater for the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in a deal worth $6 million, including renovation costs. The Helm Foundation this week purchased the former ...
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The Inner Harbor’s revival is starting to come to fruition as the curtain lifts on the biggest changes at the Light Street Pavilion since it opened three decades ago. Several new restaurants and attractions will open in the pavilion this ...Read More »
A Baltimore developer has written a blistering letter to City Hall disputing proposed tax breaks for the $150 million Superblock project downtown. The May 1 letter from David H. Hillman, chairman and CEO of Southern Management Corp., to Mayor Stephanie ...
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BMA to open renovated contemporary wing Nov. 17 The Baltimore Museum of Art said it will open its newly renovated and reinstalled contemporary wing on Nov. 17, completing the first phase of a major renovation that will improve visitors’ experience and ...Read More »
Owners of a proposed new restaurant for the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. redevelopment were granted a liquor license Thursday at City Hall. Ernst Valery and Mondel L. Powell will be allowed to sell beer, wine and liquor at what ...
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Harbor East announced that four new retailers will open stores by late summer in the trendy downtown Baltimore neighborhood. Totaling more than 21,000 square feet, they are: Anthropologie, a women’s clothing, accessories and home decor store, occupying 9,581 square feet ...Read More »
Vino Rosina is pleased to announce the promotion of Devlyn Ray to the position of executive chef. Ray moves into this new role after working for the past year as sous chef at the upscale wine bar and restaurant in ...Read More »
Tough decisions are being made in Annapolis about the state budget, and the long-time director of the Walter’s Art Museum announced he would be stepping down. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Analyst: ‘Doomsday Budget’ ...Read More »
Days before Exelon Corp.’s Feb. 1 announcement that it had chosen to build a $120 million tower at Harbor Point, a frantic, last-ditch effort was underway by some in the local development community to steer the company toward the city’s ...Read More »