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Port Covington parcel to be auctioned June 14 (access required)

A June 14 foreclosure auction has been scheduled for a 5.21-acre parcel of the city’s waterfront in Port Covington once envisioned to be a sparkling retail and residential hub. The auction of 301 E. Cromwell St. will be held at ...

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Senator to close for renovations for at least six months (access required)

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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Gambino receives RPA designation (access required)

Ruth Gambino, an assistant property manager with Manekin LLC, has received the Real Property Administrator designation from the BOMI International. Gambino, who has been with Manekin since 2007, helps oversee the management of 36 South Charles St. in Baltimore. Previously, ...

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Wells Fargo sues developer Struever for $466K (access required)

Wells Fargo Bank on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against a subsidiary of Baltimore developer Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse over an unpaid line of credit apparently used to finance failed development projects in Rhode Island. According to the complaint filed ...

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Motion to dismiss State Center lawsuit has 3-hour hearing

Did they “hide in the weeds” or are a group of downtown property owners on the brink of financial ruin? A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge heard a motion Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit by members of the group, who ...

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State Center project on hold

The $1.5 billion redevelopment of State Center, scheduled to break ground later this month with construction of a parking garage, is indefinitely on hold, a state economic development official said. Robert C. Brennan, executive director of the Maryland Economic Development ...

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