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

  • Legg Mason gives $1 million to Living Classrooms Foundation

    Legg Mason gives $1 million to Living Classrooms Foundation

    Legg Mason has donated $1 million to underwrite programming and other services at the POWER House, the Perkins Homes community hub operated by Living Classrooms Foundation. The POWER House provides education, workforce development, health and wellness programs, and other community services to residents...

  • University of Maryland launches new Class A office building

    University of Maryland launches new Class A office building

    The University of Maryland and Corporate Office Properties Trust launched a $18.5 million, three-story office building and unveiled an art walk Wednesday at its College Park campus. The 75,000-square-foot office building, located at 5801 University Research Court, will be part of the university's...

  • Continental Realty invests $6.5 million in Towson apartment improvements

    Continental Realty invests $6.5 million in Towson apartment improvements

    Continental Realty Corp. is launching a $6.5 million renovation of four Towson-area apartment communities. The renovation plan, expected to continue through 2018, calls for interior and exterior improvements at four apartment communities, with a total of 800 units, owned by the Baltimore-based...

  • State Center advocates rally outside City Hall

    State Center advocates rally outside City Hall

    Dozens of community leaders, lawmakers and city residents — frustrated by the stalled State Center redevelopment — rallied Monday outside City Hall, calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to move forward with the West Baltimore project. State leaders in December voided contracts with a developer that underpinned...

  • Maryland fund awards $8.5 million for stem cell research

    Maryland fund awards $8.5 million for stem cell research

    The Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission has awarded $8.5 million to 29 projects that will explore how human stem cells can regenerate heart tissue, treat muscular dystrophy and sickle cell disease, and aid diabetes management, among other medical conditions. The awards, made through the state-funded...

  • City-owned vacants decline under Vacants to Value program

    City-owned vacants decline under Vacants to Value program

    Baltimore's Vacants to Value program, a city initiative to address blighted neighborhoods, has reduced the number of city-owned vacant properties and helped spur economic development in some neighborhoods, according to a new report on the program. The five-year evaluation of former Mayor Stephanie...

  • Emergent BioSolutions opens expanded East Baltimore vaccine plant

    Emergent BioSolutions opens expanded East Baltimore vaccine plant

    When the next flu pandemic strikes or, perish the thought, the Ebola virus starts spreading in the United States, a newly expanded pharmaceutical plant in East Baltimore stands ready to respond. Emergent BioSolutions, in partnership with the federal government, spent $80 million to double the size...

  • Citelighter acquired by Sylvan Learning

    Citelighter acquired by Sylvan Learning

    Citelighter, a Baltimore education technology startup, has been acquired by Sylvan Learning Inc., Sylvan announced Thursday. Financial terms were not disclosed. Under the deal, Hunt Valley-based Sylvan is absorbing Citelighter's technology platform, which teaches students how to research and write...

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