Sarah Gantz

Writer

Sarah Gantz is a business reporter for The Baltimore Sun. She writes about development and real estate. Prior to joining The Sun in 2016, Sarah spent four years as a health care reporter at the Baltimore Business Journal. Sarah studied journalism at Boston University and is from New York.

Recent Articles

  • Sagamore, South Baltimore neighborhoods form community coalition

    Sagamore, South Baltimore neighborhoods form community coalition

    Sagamore Development Co. and six South Baltimore neighborhood groups on Tuesday formalized a community coalition that will pave the way for Sagamore to deliver on the community benefits promised as part of the Port Covington redevelopment. Under the previously signed community benefits agreement,...

  • Earth Treks to open climbing gym at Union Collective

    Earth Treks to open climbing gym at Union Collective

    An indoor climbing gym is the first tenant named for Union Collective, the Medfield warehouse Union Craft Brewing is converting to a space for its brewery and other businesses. Earth Treks Climbing and Fitness will open a 20,000 square foot gym at Union Collective in 2018. Union Craft Brewing announced...

  • Baltimore fintech startup Blispay raises $12 million

    Baltimore fintech startup Blispay raises $12 million

    Blispay, a Baltimore-based financial technology company, has raised $12 million to accelerate the marketing and sales outreach for its financing platform. The Series A round was led by FirstMark, Accomplice and NEA. New investors included Camden Partners and F-Prime Capital. The round brings the...

  • Riverside rowhome accidentally knocked down

    Riverside rowhome accidentally knocked down

    City contractors accidentally knocked down a Riverside rowhouse Sunday as they attempted an emergency demolition on a property with a shared wall. After receiving complaints from neighbors about a bowing exterior wall and a crack between the two rowhouses, city inspectors deemed the property at...

  • First look inside Betamore’s new City Garage space

    First look inside Betamore’s new City Garage space

    Betamore recently opened for business at its new spot in Port Covington's City Garage. The Federal Hill-based incubator and startup hub announced plans last year to double its footprint by expanding to City Garage, the former bus depot Sagamore Ventures, the venture capital arm of Under Armour...

  • Maryland added 3,500 jobs in April

    Maryland added 3,500 jobs in April

    Maryland added 3,500 jobs in April, but the state's unemployment rate ticked up slightly, as more people joined the workforce than were able to find jobs, according to the latest federal employment report. Maryland had an unemployment rate of 4.3 percent in April, up one-tenth percent from March...

  • Union Craft expansion adds to growing economic impact of craft makers in Baltimore

    Union Craft expansion adds to growing economic impact of craft makers in Baltimore

    The narrow, black-and-white Union Craft Brewing sign that points to its low brick building on the west side of Interstate 83 in Woodberry is painted on an old chimney, so it won't go with the brewery as it relocates about a quarter mile north to another warehouse east of the highway. That short...

  • Apartment tower for Della Notte site wins design panel approval

    Apartment tower for Della Notte site wins design panel approval

    A 24-floor glass tower proposed for the former Della Notte site in Little Italy took a step forward Thursday, receiving final approval from Baltimore's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. The building, at 801 Eastern Ave., will include about 385 apartments, 345 parking spaces and 8,000...

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