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

  • The Foundery is lowering its prices

    The Foundery is lowering its prices

    The Foundery, a Baltimore makerspace with industrial grade tools, is lowering its day pass prices in an effort to get more people in the door. The facility is nixing its $150 monthly passes and reducing rates for day passes from $50 to between $20 and $10, depending on the day, starting Aug. 1....

  • State moves to start shutting down Evergreen Health after buyer backs out

    State moves to start shutting down Evergreen Health after buyer backs out

    The Maryland Insurance Administration plans to ask a judge to appoint a receiver to take over Evergreen Health and gradually close down the health insurer unless another investor or buyer emerges. Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. confirmed the plan Thursday, a day after a group of...

  • T. Rowe Price Group reports second-quarter profit

    T. Rowe Price Group reports second-quarter profit

    T. Rowe Price Group Inc. reported a profit of $373.9 million in the second quarter, up 84 percent from the April-to-June period last year. Earnings at the Baltimore-based investment management company rose to $1.50 per share, up 71 cents compared to the same quarter in 2016. Adjusted to remove...

  • Anthem House holds grand opening

    Anthem House holds grand opening

    Anthem House, the 292-unit luxury apartment building in Locust Point, will hold its grand opening Tuesday. Tenants began moving into the $100 million project by the Bozzuto Group, Scott Plank's War Horse Cities and Solstice Partners in June. Located at 900 E. Fort Ave., Anthem House boasts a 360-degree...

  • ELTA North America opens Cyber Innovation Center

    ELTA North America opens Cyber Innovation Center

    ELTA North America, an Israeli-owned defense manufacturer, is opening a Cyber Innovation Center at its Annapolis Junction headquarters. Modeled after innovation centers at ELTA’s facilities in Israel and other countries, the innovation center will focus on adapting technology and international...

  • Columbia cybersecurity firm receives $8 million in venture capital

    Columbia cybersecurity firm receives $8 million in venture capital

    Bricata Inc., a Columbia-based cybersecurity firm, has received $8 million in venture capital funding from Edison Partners, the firm announced Tuesday. Bricata, which develops software designed to hunt for network intrusions, will use the Series A funding to invest in marketing, research and development....

  • University of Maryland School of Medicine startup acquired

    University of Maryland School of Medicine startup acquired

    Living Pharma Inc., a cancer treatment startup out of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, has been acquired by Lentigen Technology, a life sciences company in Gaithersburg. Financial terms were not disclosed. Living Pharma is developing a cancer treatment that uses a patient’s own T-cells...

  • Virginia developer gets hearing with City Council for his $10 billion 'Baltimore Renaissance' idea

    Virginia developer gets hearing with City Council for his $10 billion 'Baltimore Renaissance' idea

    A little-known Northern Virginia developer has what he calls a $10 billion idea for revitalizing Baltimore by making a nonprofit he would establish the master planner for dozens of construction projects to be executed and paid for by other developers. A self-described boutique developer, real estate...

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