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Continental Realty Corp. acquires Owings Mills apartments

Continental Realty Corp., a Baltimore-based real estate investment and management company, said Friday it has purchased a large apartment development in Owings Mills. The firm, which owns and manages a $1 billion-plus portfolio of shopping centers and apartments in the mid-Atlantic and southeast,...

  • BDC moves forward with negotiations on Park Avenue properties

    BDC moves forward with negotiations on Park Avenue properties

    The city is moving forward with a developer planning to put apartments and retail into the 400 block of Park Avenue. The Baltimore Development Corp. said Thursday it would negotiate exclusively with the Washington Baltimore Development Company and Tri-Star Investing for the city-owned buildings,...

  • Retail, housing come together as complex near JHU adds finishing touches

    Retail, housing come together as complex near JHU adds finishing touches

    This fall some exciting things are in store for the Charles Village area. Johns Hopkins University students, faculty and the adjoining neighborhoods have been watching a new project take shape on the corner of 33rd and St. Paul streets that should add some pizazz to this part of Baltimore. The...

  • Pikesville couple create a weekend waterside getaway

    Pikesville couple create a weekend waterside getaway

    David and Jennifer Landsman spend as much time as they can on the water. But their landlocked Pikesville home didn't offer an easy way for the couple to escape onto the Chesapeake Bay in their 37-foot center console powerboat. So, in August 2015, the couple purchased a 2,400 square-foot four bedroom,...

  • The Cordish Cos. purchases hotel near Maryland Live casino

    The Cordish Cos. purchases hotel near Maryland Live casino

    The Cordish Cos. said Wednesday it has purchased a hotel in Hanover near its Maryland Live casino and rebranded it with the Baltimore-based developer's new "Live!" hotel marque. Cordish is spending $3 million to renovate the former Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites at 7491 New Ridge Road, across...

  • Cal Ripken Jr.'s Reisterstown estate goes on the market

    Cal Ripken Jr.'s Reisterstown estate goes on the market

    Cal Ripken Jr. has put his 25-acre estate in Reisterstown on the market for $12.5 million, nearly five months after his divorce from his wife Kelly was finalized. The former Baltimore Orioles ironman now lives in Annapolis. The 25,000-square-foot home, nestled into a ridge near the intersection...

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