NAIOP Maryland honored 16 companies and seven individuals Thursday night before a crowd of more than 300 real estate and development types during its Awards of Excellence program at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore. Honors were given out in 34 categories ...Read More »
At the city’s emerging new hotspot, Locust Point, the new apartments and retail at McHenry Row are filling with tenants and retailers. Spies there say about six of the 250 apartments in the development are being rented each week, with ...
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Manekin resumes management of 20 buildings it built in 1980s Manekin LLC, a full-service commercial real estate firm headquartered in Columbia, has resumed managing a portfolio of 20 flex-office buildings in Columbia that it developed, leased and managed from its ...Read More »
Daniels details K-8 school plan Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels launched a public campaign Tuesday outlining Hopkins’ plans for the new East Baltimore Community School, which officials hope will attract families to the city’s Middle East neighborhood being redeveloped ...
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Randall M. Griffin, CEO of Corporate Office Properties Trust, will retire at the end of March 2012, the Columbia-based office real estate investment trust announced on Friday. He will be succeeded by Roger A. Waesche Jr., COPT’s current president and ...Read More »