The Exelon headquarters site selection choice seems to have surprised the pundits and prompted heckles from politicians with downtown constituents. Shock, dismay and “woe is me,” seem to be the sentiment. But if you looked closely, you could have seen ...Read More »
Vino Rosina has appointed Antonia “Tina” Parthemos as Assistant Manager. Parthemos previously worked as a bartender and dining room manager at an upscale wine bar and restaurant, in Harbor East. Parthemos is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of the facility, ...Read More »
As plans move forward for construction of a $120 million office tower for Exelon Corp. at Harbor Point, one of the tax breaks at the 27-acre site is set to expire in mid-June — setting up a possible faceoff between ...Read More »
Do you like taking photos? The Daily Record wants your photos for print and online. Send us your Maryland Moment. Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have ...Read More »
Kirby Fowler definitely has a point. The president of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore has argued that the Inner Harbor would have received a real boost if the new office building that Exelon is promising to build in Baltimore were ...Read More »
Is John Paterakis Santa Claus? That could be the case if a local church-based community group gets its wish for a $10 million donation, requested during a sit-down in the billionaire developer and bakery mogul’s Harbor East offices recently. Baltimoreans ...Read More »
A city task force examining taxpayer incentives to developers is recommending new criteria for the awards, including profit sharing on all projects, independent monitors and possible use of such inducements to help rebuild Baltimore’s middle class. During a hearing at ...
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Inside the city’s newest luxury development, the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, many of the walls and chandeliers shine with an elegant gold luster. The floors are Turkish marble, hickory and black walnut. Modern art makes a bold statement and a ...Read More »
Daily Record photographer Maximilian Franz takes you on a tour of the new Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. The $200 million Harbor East property is set to officially open Nov. 14, and teams of workers are busy preparing the site and putting up finishing touches on project where rooms and suites cost between $279 and $1,500 per night.Read More »
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