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

  • Four-property Maryland apartment portfolio acquired for $277.5 million

    Four-property Maryland apartment portfolio acquired for $277.5 million

    Morgan Properties has acquired a portfolio of apartment buildings in Baltimore and Prince George’s counties for $277.5 million. The Philadelphia-area real estate investment and management firm bought the four apartment communities from the Rockpoint Group. The four properties have a total of 2,729...

  • 37-year-old man killed in shooting, Baltimore police say

    37-year-old man killed in shooting, Baltimore police say

    One man was killed and two injured in three separate shootings Tuesday. A 37-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday afternoon in southwest Baltimore, police said. The victim was shot around 2:20 p.m. in the 400 block of South Pulaski Street, police said. He died at University of Maryland Shock...

  • Columbia house fire displaces seven

    Columbia house fire displaces seven

    A fire ripped through a Columbia home Tuesday night, displacing seven people. Howard County firefighters responded to the fire in the 7400 block of Sandalfoot Way around 9 p.m. and extinguished the blaze in a little over an hour, according to fire department spokeswoman Denise Weist. No injuries...

  • Maryland State Fair & Agricultural Society names first female board president

    Maryland State Fair & Agricultural Society names first female board president

    The Maryland State Fair & Agricultural Society Inc. has elected its first female board of directors president in its 139-year history. Donna G. Myers, a Carroll County dairy farmer, has served on board committees for the agricultural society for 17 years and most recently was the board’s treasurer....

  • Menorah lighting in downtown Baltimore marks start of Hanukkah

    Menorah lighting in downtown Baltimore marks start of Hanukkah

    More than 100 people gathered Tuesday in downtown Baltimore’s McKeldin Square to light a 30-foot-high menorah and mark the first night of Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday that celebrates perseverance, faith and the power of light over darkness. “War, might, force, is a power,” said Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan,...

  • Baltimore police searching for pickup truck suspected in hit-and-run

    Baltimore police searching for pickup truck suspected in hit-and-run

    Baltimore Police are searching for a light blue pickup truck they say was involved in a pedestrian hit-and-run Sunday. A 64-year-old man was struck while attempting to cross the street at the intersection of North Central Avenue and East Fayette Street around 7 p.m. Sunday, police said Monday....

  • Under Armour names two new senior executives

    Under Armour names two new senior executives

    Under Armour on Monday named two new senior executives. Kelley McCormick will take a newly created position, senior vice president of corporate communications, and Massimo Baratto will serve as vice president and managing director of European business for the Baltimore-based athletic apparel company....

  • $27.5 million senior community breaks ground in Fulton

    $27.5 million senior community breaks ground in Fulton

    Capitol Seniors Housing, a Washington, D.C.-based senior living developer, has broken ground on a $27.5 million community in Fulton. Arbor Terrace Maple Lawn, located at 11584 Scaggsville Rd., will have 86 assisted living and memory care apartments. The 73,000-square-foot property is expected to...

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