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Parking garage dispute holds up work on Mechanic theater site

Crews started to rip up the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre more than two years ago, taking down the hulking concrete building in anticipation of two soaring apartment towers supporters said would strengthen downtown's renaissance. Instead, amid a legal dispute over access to the entrance to an underground...

  • Demolition of Madison Park North Apartments to start

    Demolition of Madison Park North Apartments to start

    The team redeveloping the site of the Madison Park North Apartments said they will start tearing down the troubled complex in December. The demolition job, which involves asbestos removal and recycling much of the brick and concrete, is expected to take five to six months, said P. David Bramble,...

  • Ripken Baseball monitoring Tennessee wildfire near its new, $22.5M youth complex

    Ripken Baseball monitoring Tennessee wildfire near its new, $22.5M youth complex

    Staff at Baltimore-based Ripken Baseball are keeping an eye on the wildfires near Gatlinburg, Tenn., that killed three people and caused thousands of residents and businesses to be evacuated this week. The organization operates a large youth baseball complex in Pigeon Forge, about a mile from where...

  • Rebuilding of O'Donnell Heights public housing site continues

    Rebuilding of O'Donnell Heights public housing site continues

    Construction has begun on about 70 new townhomes in O'Donnell Heights, marking the next phase in the rebuilding of what was once a sprawling public housing site in southeast Baltimore. The developer, a partnership of Michaels Development Co. and AHC Greater Baltimore, said it expects the 68 rental...

  • Officials host ribbon-cutting for 1812 Ashland Avenue in EBDI

    Officials host ribbon-cutting for 1812 Ashland Avenue in EBDI

    Officials gathered Monday to celebrate the opening of the next office building at the East Baltimore biopark near Johns Hopkins Hospital, hailing it as a sign of growing momentum in a larger redevelopment that has been in the works for more than 15 years. The roughly $65 million project at 1812...

  • With mortgage rates up, Trump already makes a mark on housing market

    With mortgage rates up, Trump already makes a mark on housing market

    The day before Thanksgiving isn't typically a busy time in the home mortgage business. Then again, it isn't a typical year. First, there was real estate developer Donald J. Trump's surprising victory in the presidential election. Then interest rates for mortgages spiked to more than 4 percent —...

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