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  • Residents say changes to Howard County's 'outdated' growth policy don't go far enough

    Residents say changes to Howard County's 'outdated' growth policy don't go far enough

    At the direction of an advisory group convened for the first time in nearly 14 years, Howard County will consider updating an ordinance that manages development as the fast-growing suburban county outpaces statewide population growth. The measure, the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance, attempts...

  • Inner Harbor mansion sells for $6.25 million

    Inner Harbor mansion sells for $6.25 million

    A 9,000-square-foot mansion on an Inner Harbor pier has sold for $6.25 million to a West Coast executive with ties to the movie industry. The all-cash sale is likely to rank among the region's top residential sales for the year. Agents who worked on the deal declined to identify the buyer. But...

  • Office addition plan along Route 924 near Bel Air raises concerns for neighbors

    Office addition plan along Route 924 near Bel Air raises concerns for neighbors

    A proposal to expand the existing office building on the Jones Advisory LLC property off of Route 924 south of Bel Air, plus build a second office building there, has prompted concerns from residential neighbors about increased traffic. Stephanie Drane, a principal in the accounting services firm,...

  • Custom-built contemporary home in Arnold for sale for $674,889

    Custom-built contemporary home in Arnold for sale for $674,889

    A custom-built contemporary home in an amenity-filled waterfront community in Arnold is on the market for $674,899. The house, with three levels of living space and an open floor plan, features wood floors and vaulted ceilings. Natural light floods the interior from many large windows, which also...

  • Moving up — city neighborhoods on the rise

    Moving up — city neighborhoods on the rise

    Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods, many with their own distinct appeal and history. For homebuyers, the city offers a dizzying array of choices, but its overall appeal appears to be on the upswing. Last year, Baltimore saw 6,123 so-called standard sales, nearly 900 more than the year before,...

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  • New rules would ease pressure on western Howard farms

    New rules would ease pressure on western Howard farms

    As transplanted suburbanites increasingly began moving into homes next to long-established farmers in western Howard County, a clash of cultures accelerated there in the past decade. New residential neighbors brought setback requirements between farms and houses, forcing some farmers to limit future...

  • Candler Building in Baltimore sells for $62 million

    Candler Building in Baltimore sells for $62 million

    The downtown Baltimore office tower known as the Candler Building has sold to a Virginia firm for $62 million. American Real Estate Partners of Herndon, Va., closed on the 12-story building at the beginning of February, according to CoStar, a commercial real estate firm that tracks deals. The roughly...

  • Hickory Ridge Village Center redevelopment moves forward

    Hickory Ridge Village Center redevelopment moves forward

    A plan to redevelop Hickory Ridge Village Center could go before the county's planning board as early as April as Kimco Realty continues the county's multi-step approval process for the revitalization of Columbia's village centers. The $70 million project, which has drawn community opposition and...

  • Baltimore home prices rose nearly 7 percent in January

    Baltimore home prices rose nearly 7 percent in January

    In the depths of winter, Baltimore's housing market is hot. The median home price in the metro region last month reached $234,950, jumping nearly 7 percent from a year earlier, as foreclosures declined and a crush of buyers competed for homes. About 2,195 homes sold in January, up nearly 6 percent...

  • Cordish Companies to open Cleveland Live! in new project

    Cordish Companies to open Cleveland Live! in new project

    The Cordish Companies announced Thursday that it will open a Cleveland Live! entertainment venue as the anchor tenant of a new mixed-use, high-rise development in that Ohio city. Located downtown, across the street from Quicken Loans Arena, home of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, the $540 million...

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