City backs grant for East Side greening project
The city’s Board of Estimates this week voted to endorse plans to establish the Baltimore Food Hub in a rundown, abandoned city-owned property on the East Side.
Realities of Real Estate: House-hunters’ psychology has changed
Over the last decade, real estate and the process of home buying have experienced tremendous change.
French patisserie to open café on Charles
Get ready for a soupçon of Paris on Charles Street. Café Poupon plans to open next month in a former coffee shop in the Grand Historic Venue in the 200 block of North Charles Street.
Realities of Real Estate: Shifting into recovery mode
When you drive down New York Avenue into Washington, you’d think that the economy is booming. The skyline is dotted with construction cranes (we counted 12 on our last trip in), and the District is humming with the buzz of new buildings going up left and right.
New Towson Y has a community feeling
The new Towson Family Center Y is set to open on Monday. And it’s not your father’s YMCA.
Real Estate Weekly: 10/25/13
Bozzuto Group starts construction of luxury condominium in D.C. The Bozzuto Group, a Greenbelt-based real estate services company has begun construction on a new, 63-residence luxury condominium development, 460 New York Ave. in Washington, in a joint venture with NVCommercial Real Estate Fund I. Eagle Bank is providing the construction financing. Located at the corner […]
Realities of Real Estate: Win when your place gets a show
When you put your property up for sale, people will obviously need to come take a look at it. In real estate lingo, the process of having total strangers nose around your house is called a “showing.” This week, we thought we’d talk about how showings work, how to prepare for a showing and what to expect in the aftermath.
Real Estate Weekly – 9/27/13
Excellence in Community Development Award winners announced by home builders The Land Development Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland announced the winners of its Excellence in Community Development Awards last week. The program recognizes development professionals who provide superior and creative projects that are sensitive to the community and make appropriate use of […]
Low-income seniors get new digs in Lansdowne
This week, a group of housing advocates and elected officials joined Enterprise Homes for a topping-off ceremony for the $14.6 million Greens at English Consul in Lansdowne.
Real Estate Weekly – 9/20/13
Joppa Road strip center sells for $6,175,000 MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, of Lutherville, said its Investment Sale team, headed by Vice President Donald K. Schline, handled the sale of a 21,400-square-foot retail strip center at 3613 East Joppa Road. Known as Main Street at Joppa, the retail center is anchored by The All American […]
Metro arrives, landmark leases, centers sell
Metro Crossing, the first of two luxury apartment buildings to open in the Metro Centre at Owings Mills, was shown off by developer Howard Brown Thursday.
Real Estate Weekly – 8/30/13
Latest data on impact in Maryland of national mortgage servicing settlement Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced that 17,366 Maryland families have received $1.358 billion in relief from the national mortgage servicing Settlement during the period of March 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013, according to the newest progress report issued by the Office of […]