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

  • WWI cannons dedicated at Fort Howard Park

    WWI cannons dedicated at Fort Howard Park

    Dozens gathered Saturday at Fort Howard Park in southeastern Baltimore County to dedicate two World War I cannons amid intensifying rain and wind. Although they had not been used at Fort Howard, a military base from 1896 to 1940, the 100-year-old cannons are longtime park fixtures that had deteriorated...

  • Gas prices spiking as refineries close following Hurricane Harvey

    Gas prices spiking as refineries close following Hurricane Harvey

    Gas prices spiked in the Baltimore-area — and nationwide — in recent days and are expected to continue to rise after a major pipeline that runs from Texas to the East Coast had to be shut down following Hurricane Harvey. AAA reported that the average price for a gallon of regular gas was $2.55...

  • Residents, advocates worry Perkins Homes' redevelopment will reduce affordable units

    Residents, advocates worry Perkins Homes' redevelopment will reduce affordable units

    Roxanne German would love nothing more than for someone to knock down her problem-plagued apartment — and the whole Perkins Homes public housing complex — to rebuild fresh. When the Housing Authority of Baltimore City selected Harbor Point developer Beatty Development and its partners last week...

  • Shuttered Southeast Baltimore rooming house put up for sale

    Shuttered Southeast Baltimore rooming house put up for sale

    The church that owns a shuttered and dilapidated rooming house in Butchers Hill that’s worried neighbors for years has put the property on the market. The Rev. Ivan Dornic, pastor of Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church, a small Eastern Rite Catholic parish that worships in Harford County, said the...

  • Exelon, Constellation, Under Armour donate to Hurricane Harvey relief effort

    Exelon, Constellation, Under Armour donate to Hurricane Harvey relief effort

    Exelon Corp. and its Baltimore-based subsidiary, Constellation, as well as Baltimore’s Under Armour, are donating funds for the relief and recovery effort in Texas following Hurricane Harvey. Exelon and Constellation are giving $150,000 to the American Red Cross, and Under Armour said it was donating...

  • Baltimore Development Corp. seeks developer for parking lots near Lexington Market

    Baltimore Development Corp. seeks developer for parking lots near Lexington Market

    The Baltimore Development Corp. is seeking developers for two city-owned parking lots in the downtown after a previous deal to build an apartment and retail complex on the site fell through. The surface parking lots at 410 and 422 W. Mulberry St., divided by a public alley, could be developed together...

  • Canterbury House Apartments sell for $4.6 million

    Canterbury House Apartments sell for $4.6 million

    Quest Management, a Stevenson-based real estate company, has sold its 52-unit Canterbury House Apartments in Northwest Baltimore for $4.6 million. Flasko Management, a Baltimore-based property management group, was the buyer of the mid-rise apartment building, located at 6807 Park Heights Ave....

  • LookingGlass raises $26.3 million

    LookingGlass raises $26.3 million

    LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, a Virginia firm that got its start in Baltimore and still has offices here, has raised $26.3 million in debt and venture capital. The money will be used to drive international sales and expand the company’s portfolio of cybersecurity offerings. New investors include...

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