CAMBRIDGE — A seafood restaurant in the heart of Cambridge’s historic downtown is the first business to receive a new state energy-efficiency loan. State officials say the $184,000 loan to Jimmie & Sook’s Raw Bar & Grill was announced Tuesday ...Read More »
Lutherville strip retail center sells for $2.364 million KLNB Retail has brokered the sale of 1711 York Road, a strip retail center in Lutherville, for $2.364 million or $290 per square foot. Gil Neuman of KLNB Retail Investment Sales represented the ...Read More »
The state’s highest court held Friday that the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development must give state residents a full contested case hearing before revoking their federal low-income housing vouchers. The Court of Appeals said the termination of Section ...Read More »
Redskins’ stadium turns to solar power A new solar installation at FedExField in Landover — the home of the Washington Redskins — has been completed by NRG, one of the largest solar power developers in the United States. The 8,000-panel ...
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Financing for pinched hotel owners Choice Hotels International Inc. of Silver Spring, one of the world’s largest hotel franchisors, said a new partnership it has established with Access Point Financial Inc. will provide financing to qualified franchisees of major hotel ...
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In advance of Hurricane Irene and what may turn into a need for emergency housing, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development is encouraging property owners around the state to list their available rental units on www.mdhousingsearch.org, a bilingual ...Read More »
Maryland endured an earthquake this week, and is getting ready for a hurricane. And all just days before the city of Baltimore is set to host its inaugural Grand Prix. See what stories made the top 5 this week. 1. ...
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Cumberland’s Canal Place may expand (AP) Managers of a site featuring shops, restaurants and historical attractions in Cumberland are looking to expand the project’s reach. The public authority that runs the Canal Place Heritage Area is hiring a consultant to ...Read More »
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development said Monday the interest rate for the state’s flagship mortgage financing program, the Maryland Mortgage Program, has dropped to 3.5 percent, the lowest level in its history. The program is primarily targeted ...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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