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Tag Archives: National Register of Historic Places

Historic Hendler Creamery gets OK for apartments

Hendler Creamery

A historic red-brick structure in East Baltimore that once housed the country’s first fully automated ice cream factory will soon be converted to 250 market-rate apartments, a city historic review panel voted Tuesday.

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Senator to close for renovations for at least six months

The historic art deco palace in north Baltimore known as the Senator Theatre has closed — for at least six months. When it reopens around Christmas time, it will have three new theaters, a restored main auditorium complete with comfy ...

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D.C. leaders consider easing height restrictions

WASHINGTON — A leading House Republican is talking to District of Columbia leaders about easing the height restrictions that have limited buildings in the nation’s capital to about 12 stories for more than a century. Advocates say easing the restrictions ...

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Kiefaber agrees to stay away from Senator for six more months

The former owner of the Senator Theatre has agreed not to go near the historic movie house or the Charles Theater for six months in the wake of a threatening outburst July 14 just before the midnight show of “Harry ...

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BDC seeks proposals for two Pigtown buildings

Developers are being sought by the city to convert two buildings totaling 7,760 square feet into a mixed-use project in the city’s historic Pigtown community. The Baltimore Development Corp. Wednesday issued a request for proposals for 906 Washington Blvd., two ...

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Senator Theatre rejected for tax credit

A request for a state historic tax credit to help restore and renovate the Senator Theatre has been rejected by the Maryland Historical Trust, which could slow efforts to rejuvenate the landmark in North Baltimore, its new operator said Wednesday. ...

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