Matt Copeland has joined the Baltimore office of KLNB Retail, where he will focus on tenant and landlord representation in the Baltimore metro area. Copeland previously worked as a senior associate at CBRE in that firm’s retail division, where ...Read More »
The League for People with Disabilities has named John Meyer, Natalie B. Sherman and Judy Zerwitz to its board of directors. Meyer is a principal at KLNB Retail. Sherman is a partner at Gallagher, Evelius & Jones LLP in Baltimore. ...Read More »
Zesto to open restaurant at Crossroads Village Center Zesto Pizza & Grill, a Philadelphia-based restaurant chain, will open a 4,900-square-foot restaurant — its first in the Baltimore region — at the Crossroads Village Center. The company signed a lease with ...Read More »
Beginning Oct. 19, the city’s Department of Planning will hold a series of public meetings on a draft of the city’s new zoning code. The last time such changes were made, Johnny U was lofting TD passes for the Baltimore ...
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The Associated General Contractors of America reported this week that construction spending remained unstable last month. And there is little relief in sight. “The construction spending pendulum is likely to keep swinging between gains and losses, given the spotty increases ...Read More »
ICBN construction moves ahead The Inter-County Broadband Network awarded a contract for construction to four companies: S&N Communications Inc., KCI Convergent Technologies Inc., Southern Maryland Cable Inc. and Henkels & McCoy Inc. They will work to help establish a single ...Read More »
The shelves will once again be stocked in the grocery at Fairgrounds Plaza in Timonium as a new ShopRite moves in next week. The 57,000-square-foot anchor in the plaza at 37 West Aylesbury Road where the former Super Fresh once ...
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Hotel planned for Maple Lawn Two local real estate development companies, St. John Properties Inc. and Greenebaum and Rose Associates, announced plans to construct a new, full-service hotel at Maple Lawn, a 600-acre, mixed-use community in Howard County. The hotel ...Read More »
KLNB surpassed the $1 billion mark through more than 10 million square feet of commercial real estate transactions in 2010, officials announced Friday. The company, founded in 1968, is comprised of two real estate services branches, NAI KLNB and KLNB ...Read More »