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Real Estate Weekly – 7/20/12

J. Crew and Anthropologie stores to open in Harbor East Two national retailers, J. Crew and Anthropologie, will open stores next week in the Harbor East neighborhood, it was announced this week. J. Crew, a retailer of apparel for young ...

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Real Estate Weekly: 6/15/12

St. John honored by University of Maryland Real estate developer Edward St. John may now be legitimately addressed as “Dr. St. John,” having received an Honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from the University of Maryland. The honor was awarded ...

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CBRE brokers $11.6M sale of Hanover property

CBRE this week brokered the $11.6 million sale of a fully-leased, multi-tenanted industrial building in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. A group affiliated with the Industrial Income Trust Inc. purchased the rear loaded, flexibly designed property located at 7463 New Ridge Rd. ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 5/25/12: More funds OK’d for school construction

Home Builders Association presents Awards of Excellence The Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland presented dozens of Awards of Excellence at its annual ceremony this week, honoring companies and individuals in the industry for their ...

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St. John to build strip mall on Timonium Road

St. John Properties has announced the purchase of a one-acre parcel at 56 Timonium Road for redevelopment into 10,000-square-foot retail strip mall. Known as Timonium Exchange, the site is configured to hold a medley of tenants with businesses ranging from ...

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Brooklyn bagels coming to Pikesville

Watch out, Brooklyn bagels are coming to Pikesville. The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. will soon open Maryland’s first location in 2,865 square feet of space in Hooks Village at 25 Hooks Lane. Known for its bagels made with the ...

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Real Estate Weekly: Mercy opens new medical facility

Plantation plan problem Development plans for a once-thriving plantation site near the National Harbor resort on the Potomac River’s shore in Prince George’s County are drawing scrutiny from preservationists, who say slave quarters left at the site could be destroyed. ...

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