The former PNC Bank tower in downtown Baltimore sold at auction last week, and its new owner intends to convert the building into residential and retail uses. Rockville-based Berman Enterprises confirmed it submitted the winning bid on 2 and 10 ...Read More »
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PNC Financial Services Group Inc. will move its Greater Maryland headquarters to the Inner Harbor and set up shop in 1 E. Pratt St., the bank announced Tuesday. PNC will put its name on the former Verizon building, at Pratt ...Read More »
The Baltimore Blast are headed to the Major Indoor Soccer League championships this year for the sixth time in nine years. To celebrate, the Blast are throwing a party downtown on Thursday so visitors and those on their lunch break ...Read More »
Replacing some of the concrete in center city with green space and parks is the focus of a report released Friday by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. The Open Space Plan would cost more than $100 million and be used ...
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