PG County announces $500M redevelopment at site of closed hospital
Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced plans for the redevelopment of the county's regional hospital site in Cheverly into a $500 million mixed-use area with shops, hotels, grocery stores, and more.
RFQ issued for park café operator at redeveloped Rash Field in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Baltimore Development Corporation and Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks on Wednesday issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) from restaurateurs and food purveyors to operate the waterfront café at Rash Field Park.
An insider’s view of rebuilding Old Ellicott City
Careful analysis indicates that to prevent or reduce future problems we cannot simply keep putting the town back together the way it was and expect a different result the next time
Baltimore offices north of Lombard Street need overhaul
Owners of office properties north of Lombard Street in downtown Baltimore need to embrace changing demand if struggling properties want to avoid bigger problems, such as developers losing buildings.
Report offers Baltimore encouragement but notes challenges, too
A new report assessing the plight and future of America’s older industrial cities has found that Baltimore, while beset by daunting social ills, is better-placed than many of its peers to rebuild its economic prosperity.
State Center developer rallies support for reeling project
Alvin C. Hathaway Sr., pastor at Union Baptist Church, was born on the same block of Druid Hill Avenue where he now preaches. The 65-year-old said it’s been roughly 40 years since a full grocery store served the Upton community. Prospects of a new store opening at the nearby Fifth Regiment Armory as part of […]
Some Md. homeowners won’t sell their homes for redevelopment plan
CUMBERLAND — About a dozen Cumberland homeowners say they won’t sell their homes for commercial redevelopment of their neighborhood. The Cumberland Times-News reports that the Save Our Homes Alliance declared its intentions in writing to the City Council on Tuesday. The Cumberland Economic Development Corp. plans to demolish 62 homes near Interstate 68 in the […]
Officials pledge to help Annapolis Yacht Club after fire
ANNAPOLIS — State and local officials in Maryland pledged Sunday to help get the Annapolis Yacht Club up and running again, a day after the building was badly damaged by fire in a city that is a destination for boating enthusiasts. Rod Jabin, the club’s commodore, said the club first plans to find a suitable […]
Cross Street Market renderings reveal aggressive redesign
Renderings for a proposed redevelopment of Cross Street Market reveal an aggressive re-imagining of the Federal Hill landmark. Renderings for the redevelopment proposed by Caves Valley Partners and War Horse LLC first appeared on SouthBmore.com on Thursday morning. It was announced in March that Baltimore Public Market Corp. had selected their proposal to redevelop the […]
Superblock lawsuit hearing set for May
Continuing legal challenges over the redevelopment of the Superblock project continue as other projects in Baltimore's downtown West Side continue to gain momentum. The city has long wanted to spur development in the section of downtown that was once a prime shopping location.
Proposals narrowed to one for Cross Street Market
Baltimore Public Market Corp. will focus its attention on one proposal to redevelop the Federal Hill Market.
Development team emerges for Old Town project
But for redevelopment of Old Town Mall to succeed Interstate 83 may need to be pulled down and turned into a boulevard.