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Hammerjacks to begin construction this fall

Construction will begin this fall on the new Hammerjacks nightclub and concert venue in Baltimore. The club will replace the former Paradox nightclub on 1300 Russell St., near M&T Bank Stadium. The venue is expected to open in 2017. The $10 million project calls for a partial demolition of the...

  • Dock Street Apartments open in Exelon tower

    Dock Street Apartments open in Exelon tower

    With food trucks, massages and champagne, developer Michael Beatty celebrated the opeing of the first apartments at Harbor Point. The festivities were a far cry from the controversy that enveloped the project at its start, when some fought the city's decision to float more than $100 million in...

  • Baltimore County Council to hear testimony on housing voucher bill on Thursday

    Baltimore County Council to hear testimony on housing voucher bill on Thursday

    Baltimore County Council members will hold a public hearing Thursday on a bill that would ban housing discrimination against people with government housing vouchers. The housing discrimination bill will be among several items discussed at a council work session that will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday...

  • North Avenue apartment building gets new owner

    North Avenue apartment building gets new owner

    A new investor has purchased a 67-unit apartment building in the Station North Arts District for $2.75 million. The buyer, Herbert Kerschbaumer of Real Estate Investment Services LLC, said he plans to spend about $500,000 renovating the building, known as the Boundary Square Apartments, installing...

  • State won't buy Presbyterian Home property in Towson

    State won't buy Presbyterian Home property in Towson

    The state will not buy the building that housed the Presbyterian Home of Maryland, leading local elected officials to look elsewhere for a new owner for the historic West Towson property. The Presbyterian Home, which has operated as a senior living center in the former Bosley Mansion since 1929,...

  • Contents of Mount Vernon hotel to be sold

    Contents of Mount Vernon hotel to be sold

    If you're in the market for a marble-topped table, a plush striped arm chair or commercial laundry equipment — and you don't mind a little use — you're in luck: the contents of a hotel in Mount Vernon as well as George's restaurant on its ground floor will be sold in a giant, three-week garage...

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