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Lexington Market Inc. awards construction management contract

Lexington Market Inc. has awarded the construction management contract for the multi-phase rehabilitation of Lexington Market to Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., in association with Mahogany Inc. The contract’s scope includes cost estimating, pre-qualification of subcontractors and scheduling. Contract terms for construction ...

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Study supports Convention Center expansion

A proposed expansion to the Baltimore Convention Center and a new downtown arena could increase direct spending by $138.7 million to $181.6 million annually, potentially supporting 2,360 to 3,100 new jobs, according to a study released Monday by the Maryland ...

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Top 5: ‘Frankly, we have no choice’

Marylanders could see increases at toll booths around the state, and a heavily-traveled street in downtown Baltimore will be closed for two weeks for construction. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Maryland toll increases get ...

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Hackerman offer of $500M is key to GBC initiative

A week after unveiling a $500 million pledge by 92-year-old construction magnate Willard Hackerman to build a combined arena and 500-room hotel, executives of the Greater Baltimore Committee are working to seal the deal in writing with executives at Hackerman’s ...

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Editorial: GBC’s plan a giant step forward

Six months ago, when the Greater Baltimore Committee advanced a bold proposal to expand the city’s convention center and connect it to a new arena, we praised the idea but warned that the public and private sectors would have to ...

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GBC unveils plans for Inner Harbor redevelopment

Sweeping redevelopment plans for the Inner Harbor — including a $900 million multiplex for a new arena, hotel and expanded convention center, waterfront attractions and a new look for Rash Field — were unveiled Wednesday by the Greater Baltimore Committee. ...

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