Some feel the area needs a renaissance, but the historic city moves at its own pace.
Despite concerns about the projects viability the Board of Estimates is scheduled to consider approving a Payment in Lieu of Taxes agreement with project's developer.
Raymond Skinner, a former secretary of Housing and Community Development, takes over as the massive project seems to be gathering momentum..
Consultant lays out options for rebuilding the historic market and turning it into a more attractive shopping destination as part of $26.7 million overhaul.
The famous market is a popular gathering spot for seafood and oversized draft beers in the Federal Hill neighborhood.
Walker & Dunlop Inc., of Bethesda, a real estate lender focused on multifamily loans, said it provided $37.2 million in FHA-insured mortgage financing as part of a multi-prong effort to convert a vacant 26-story office tower in Hartford, Conn.’s central business district into apartments.
The transformation of White Flint Mall into an open-air, mixed-use development can proceed while Lord & Taylor continues its lawsuit against the mall’s owners, a federal appeals court ruled.
Craftsmen Developers has named Jay M. Yacobucci project manager of the firm's redevelopment of Oliver Street.
The new owners of the Sparrows Point steel mill outside Baltimore say they have closed the deal and are looking for operators for all or part of the four-square-mile property. Spokesman Gary Epstein says the mill has state-of-the-art cold-rolling equipment. The site also has rail, ship and truck transportation access next to the Port of […]
HAGERSTOWN — The University System of Maryland says an expansion of its downtown Hagerstown campus is nearly complete. The Herald-Mail of Hagerstown reports that new classrooms are being built in a former CVS pharmacy near an existing classroom and administration building. Executive Director Mark Halsey says he hopes for occupancy by mid-October. Halsey says the […]
Three of the four men arrested on March 29 during a protest march for employment at East Baltimore Development Inc. appeared in Maryland District Court in Baltimore Wednesday morning for a hearing on charges including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and disturbing the peace. Judge Gregory Sampson set a trial date of June 26 for Thomas Threatt […]
The 139-year-old former cotton mill along the Jones Falls and two other buildings will soon morph into a complex of 92 apartments, office space and restaurants. Mill No. 1 will be ready for office tenants early next year. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)