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

  • Caves Valley Partners acquires 5.2 acres in South Baltimore

    Caves Valley Partners acquires 5.2 acres in South Baltimore

    Caves Valley Partners has acquired 5.2 acres in South Baltimore. The property, in the 1800 and 1900 blocks of S. Hanover St., contains space for commercial truck repair company Middleton & Meads and a vacant warehouse. Arsh Mirmiran, a partner at Caves Valley Partners, said the Towson firm is exploring...

  • New cyber program at UMBC will target international companies

    New cyber program at UMBC will target international companies

    A new international cybersecurity center at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, will aim to bring international companies to the state and is expected to create at least 100 jobs in the coming years. The center, called iCyberCenter@bwtech, is a partnership between the university and the Maryland...

  • Controversial Roland Park apartments head to City Council for vote

    Controversial Roland Park apartments head to City Council for vote

    Plans for a 148-unit apartment building in North Roland Park are headed to the City Council Monday, despite ongoing protest from neighbors. The City Council will be voting on whether to approve Pikesville-based Blue Ocean Realty's planned unit development proposal for a six-story, 75-foot-tall apartment...

  • Maryland Insurance Administration approves Evergreen Health acquisition

    Maryland Insurance Administration approves Evergreen Health acquisition

    Maryland Insurance Administration on Wednesday approved plans for Evergreen Health to be acquired by investors and convert to a for-profit insurance company. Evergreen was one of 23 so-called consumer oriented and operated health plans created under the federal Affordable Care Act and one of the...

  • Home sales, prices continued to rise in May in Baltimore area

    Home sales, prices continued to rise in May in Baltimore area

    Home sales and prices in the Baltimore area continued to climb in May, as buyers vied for properties in a market with historically low inventory. Just under 4,000 home sales closed in May, up 6.7 percent from the same month last year, according to a new report by ShowingTime. The median sale price...

  • Point Breeze Credit Union opens branch at Foundry Row

    Point Breeze Credit Union opens branch at Foundry Row

    Point Breeze Credit Union has a new branch at the Foundry Row shopping center in Owings Mills. The office, located at 10110 Reisterstown Road, is the Hunt Valley-based credit union's fifth location. Point Breeze also has branches in Hunt Valley, Rosedale, Bel Air and Westminster. The Westminster...

  • Pre-leasing office opens for 414 Light Street apartment tower

    Pre-leasing office opens for 414 Light Street apartment tower

    Questar Properties will open a pre-leasing office Friday for the 44-story luxury apartment building it is constructing near the Inner Harbor. The 500-foot-tall glass tower at the corner of Light and Conway streets will contain 394 apartments, the first of which will be available in March. The building,...

  • McHenry Row office building, hotel, get design panel approval

    McHenry Row office building, hotel, get design panel approval

    McHenry Row developer Mark Sapperstein received approval Thursday from the city's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel for an office building and Courtyard Marriott hotel planned for the 20-acre South Baltimore site. The office building will be smaller than originally proposed — four floors...

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