A Valentine’s Day auction has been set for the 43-acre waterfront property.Read More »
City officials say they are monitoring the fate of a planned mega-development at Westport after a foreclosure lawsuit was filed against developer Patrick Turner last week in Baltimore City Circuit Court claiming he owed a bank $31.8 million in delinquent payments and interest for the project.Read More »
The themes that emerged in 2011 were largely standard fare in Annapolis and the Maryland business community — malfeasance by those who serve in government, big initiatives to support biotech and high-tech companies, high hopes for gambling to ease the ...
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When the small diner at 838 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point — the legendary Rallo’s — closed in September, many regulars were doubly bereft. They mourned the death of personable owner Vincent Rallo, from lung cancer on July 7, ...
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Developer Patrick Turner is working with mega resort and casino company MGM to win the Baltimore gaming license and build a slots parlor south of M&T Bank Stadium. Turner and another partner, Jim Seay, confirmed their interest in a written ...Read More »
Developer Patrick Turner is working with a mega resort and casino company to win the Baltimore gaming license and build a slots parlor south of M&T Bank Stadium. Turner attended the state slots commission meeting Wednesday with Jim Seay, another ...Read More »
The O’Malley administration took a much-needed step last week when the governor unveiled a streamlined state approval process for development projects that will generate large numbers of jobs. But a lack of specifics accompanying the announcement left unanswered questions about ...Read More »
A $35 million infrastructure project that will lay the groundwork for Westport’s first apartment building will begin this summer, the project’s developer said Thursday. Patrick Turner gave members of the Urban Land Institute an update on the construction and uses ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Thursday he has the backing of 200 business leaders “from every corner of the state.” The move hews closely with the the character of the governor’s race so far, and could bolster O’Malley’s street cred among ...
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