Five months after he announced his resignation, M.J. “Jay” Brodie will leave his post Friday as Baltimore’s top development official.Read More »
Imagine diving into a pile of hot steamed crabs and/or lifting a cold beer on the city’s waterfront at the Power Plant this summer. That could be a reality if redesigns for two restaurant and entertainment decks are given a ...Read More »
The first glimpse of a long-awaited new retail center to be built on the waterfront in Canton will be unveiled Monday before a city design panel. The Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel is scheduled to preview the master plan ...Read More »
The Cordish Cos. and its architectural firm are scheduled to present their design plans for a Phillips Seafood restaurant in the Power Plant space formerly occupied by the ESPN Zone Thursday afternoon, hours after the Baltimore company plans a “major ...
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Preliminary drawings for a 1,400-space parking garage in the New East Baltimore development north of Johns Hopkins Hospital received a lukewarm reception after they were unveiled Wednesday before a city design panel. The garage, which a development official said is ...Read More »