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Tag Archives: Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel

Board of Estimates approves casino ground lease agreement

Baltimore’s Board of Estimates approved a land disposition agreement and ground lease for a new casino on the outskirts of the city near M&T Bank Stadium Wednesday that guarantees $11.2 million for the city in the first year.

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Design for city casino approved by panel

Despite advice that the building would be upgraded from a brick to limestone façade if voters approve adding table games to the state’s slots parlors on Nov. 6, the city’s design review panel OK’d a preliminary design for a Baltimore ...

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Editorial: Make city casino design welcome site

Thank you, UDARP, for sending the newly designated operators of Baltimore’s planned casino back to the drawing board to produce a design for the $310 million facility more in keeping with its locale and a larger mission to help transform the southern entrance to downtown.

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Baltimore casino design rejected by architectural panel

The city’s design review panel has rejected renderings for a 3,750-slot machine casino in Southwest Baltimore, saying the proposed entryways were not fully developed and a huge parking garage that would hold 4,000 vehicles resembled “a prison.”

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Mechanic’s fate causes things to get testy at meeting

Things got quite testy when the fate of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre came up during the monthly meeting of the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel on Thursday. ...

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Life sciences buildings scaled back at EBDI

Any future life science buildings at the East Baltimore Development Inc. site in Middle East will be smaller with cheaper leasing options, the master developer of the $1.8 billion project told a city design panel Thursday. Planners also outlined a ...

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Report reflects rebound in Baltimore’s office properties market

On Falls Road, near the intersection with Lake Avenue, sits a development that has the best functioning garage in Baltimore. Gone is the traditional carport. The place is now a high-class hotdog heaven. The quaint Victorian that sits next door, ...

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Cordish to present plans for Phillips Restaurant at Power Plant

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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Power Plant renovations for Phillips Seafood on Baltimore design panel’s agenda

Plans to renovate the exterior of the historic Power Plant building at the Inner Harbor for a new Phillips Seafood restaurant are scheduled to be unveiled before a city design panel next week. The renovations will be reviewed Thursday by ...

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