The University of Maryland Baltimore's business entity wants to make it economically feasible for a developer to build and run a hotel at the University of Maryland BioPark.Read More »
Gov. Martin O'Malley stopped at the University of Maryland BioPark Wednesday to tout the state's biotechnology industry, but also took a moment to celebrate the development of what once a barren stretch in West Baltimore.Read More »
The University of Maryland School of Medicine is laying the last beam at its new $200 million cancer treatment facility. A crane will lift the nine-foot beam three stories above the street and rest it in place at a “topping ...Read More »
Expansion of the 21-bus Charm City Circulator to include the Fort McHenry Monument and National Shrine will soon take place with the help of a $1.5 million federal transportation grant. The Circulator will expand its territory into the city’s southern ...Read More »
Restaurant plan suffers setback Redevelopment of the long-abandoned Chesapeake Restaurant in Baltimore’s Station North Arts District is still on track despite a key restaurateur’s rejection of the $16 million project, city officials said Monday. Qayum Karzai, who owns the nearby Helmand ...
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While new development in much of Baltimore has slowed, a plan to expand the geographic boundaries at the University of Maryland BioPark and clear the way for a total of up to 2 million square feet of lab, hotel and ...Read More »