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

  • Maryland adds 800 jobs in July

    Maryland adds 800 jobs in July

    Maryland added 800 jobs in July, as gains in the private sector were offset by a loss of government jobs, according to the latest federal employment report. Despite modest job growth, the state’s unemployment rate continued to decline, even as more people joined the workforce. About 6,300 people...

  • Goldman Sachs buys Howard County industrial portfolio for $40.5 million

    Goldman Sachs buys Howard County industrial portfolio for $40.5 million

    Goldman Sachs has acquired a three-building industrial portfolio in Howard County for $40.5 million. Cushman & Wakefield, which represented seller Terreno Realty Corp., announced the deal Thursday. “The desire to gain exposure to the third-wealthiest and most educated consumer population in the...

  • Guinness gets liquor license for Baltimore County taproom

    Guinness gets liquor license for Baltimore County taproom

    The Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House took another step forward as the brewer secured a liquor license for its planned Baltimore County taproom. The Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore County unanimously approved the on-premise consumption permit, the county said Wednesday....

  • European aluminum maker Constellium to move U.S. offices to downtown Baltimore

    European aluminum maker Constellium to move U.S. offices to downtown Baltimore

    A European aluminum manufacturer plans to relocate its U.S. corporate offices from New York to Baltimore. Constellium US Holdings II LLC, whose parent company is headquartered in Amsterdam, already has started moving workers into its new office at 300 East Lombard Street. At least 25 senior management...

  • Howard Bancorp to acquire 1st Mariner Bank

    Howard Bancorp to acquire 1st Mariner Bank

    Howard Bancorp plans to acquire 1st Mariner Bank for $163.4 million, creating the Baltimore area’s largest locally based bank. The parent of Howard Bank’s acquisition of Baltimore-based 1st Mariner, announced Tuesday, will nearly double Howard’s assets to $2.1 billion. Ellicott City-based Howard...

  • Once a three-term mayor of New York City, free-spending Bloomberg offers advice and money to Pugh

    Once a three-term mayor of New York City, free-spending Bloomberg offers advice and money to Pugh

    When Michael Bloomberg comes to Baltimore, money tends to follow — most often to his beloved alma mater, Johns Hopkins, to which he’s donated $1.5 billion over the years, the most any living benefactor has given to a single educational institution. But last week, the finance and media magnate...

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