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

  • Evergreen Health put into state receivership program

    Evergreen Health put into state receivership program

    Evergreen Health Inc. has been formally ordered into the state’s receivership program after its investors backed out last month, leaving the young health insurance company financially unstable. On Wednesday, Baltimore Circuit Judge Yolanda Tanner ordered Risk & Regulatory Consulting LLC, a professional...

  • Business, political leaders celebrate small-business program in Baltimore

    Business, political leaders celebrate small-business program in Baltimore

    Some of the country’s most successful businessmen joined local politicians in Baltimore on Wednesday to talk about increasing business and improving the city at two separate events. A graduation ceremony for the first 59 Baltimore business owners to complete Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses...

  • Open Works to host startup pitch contest with $10,000 prize

    Open Works to host startup pitch contest with $10,000 prize

    Open Works, a makerspace in Greenmount West, is launching a business boot camp and pitch competition with a $10,000 grand prize. The EnterpRISE Venture Competition is intended for early stage companies that manufacture prototypes or products using the types of advanced fabrication technology housed...

  • Baltimore pet supply company acquires new headquarters

    Baltimore pet supply company acquires new headquarters

    Caitec Corp., a Baltimore pet supply company, has acquired a new headquarters in Baltimore County. Caitec plans to relocate its headquarters to the 110,000-square-foot industrial building at 4601 Hollins Ferry Road in Haletorpe by the end of September. Caitec President Terry Gao said the company...

  • Goldman Sachs, Bloomberg Philanthropies invest $10M to bring small-business program to Baltimore

    Goldman Sachs, Bloomberg Philanthropies invest $10M to bring small-business program to Baltimore

    Goldman Sachs and Bloomberg Philanthropies are scheduled to announce a $10 million investment Wednesday to launch a training and loan program for small businesses in Baltimore. The program, called 10,000 Small Businesses, is intended to give small businesses a jolt of energy, new ideas — and maybe...

  • COPT sells last of its White Marsh properties for $47.5 million

    COPT sells last of its White Marsh properties for $47.5 million

    Corporate Office Properties Trust, a Columbia-based Real Estate Investment Trust, has sold its remaining White Marsh properties for $47.5 million. The portfolio sold to Fernau LeBlanc Investment Partners included eight properties, totaling about 412,500 square feet of space, and 42 acres of land....

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