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BDC approves $107M tax break for Harbor Point

The board of directors of the Baltimore Development Corp. approved a request for a $107 million tax break to help develop the local headquarters for Exelon Corp. at Harbor Point Thursday morning, sending the bid on to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.

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Harbor Point protective cap to be pierced for Exelon HQ

Developers of the proposed 23-story Exelon Corp. tower on the Baltimore waterfront plan to pierce a protective cap covering toxic chromium waste to drive pilings 70 to 80 feet into the ground to anchor the energy giant’s new regional headquarters, according to state environmental officials and the developers themselves.

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Proposed Exelon HQ in Harbor Point given preliminary approval

Baltimore's design review panel Thursday gave a preliminary thumbs up to a design for a sleek, glass, brick and metal tower to house the city’s new Exelon Corp. headquarters at Harbor Point.

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McKenzie named new president of Baltimore Development Corp.

Brenda McKenzie, a veteran economic development expert who recently led the Boston Redevelopment Authority and served as deputy commissioner for the Chicago Department of Planning and Development, has been named the new president of the Baltimore Development Corp.

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City wants to retarget road funds

A plan to build a $32.9 million bridge from the foot of Central Avenue near Fells Point across a small inlet to Harbor Point — the site of the new Exelon Corp. divisional headquarters — will receive money originally targeted for other Baltimore road projects already in the pipeline, if officials at the city’s Department of Transportation have their way.

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Week in review: 9/7/12

Slower August for state slots Maryland slots revenue fell about 7 percent from July to August, as all three of the state’s casinos experienced slowdowns in business after a record-setting summer for the 2-year-old industry. The casinos — in Anne ...

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