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  • BDC rejects proposal for former Superblock property

    BDC rejects proposal for former Superblock property

    The Baltimore Development Corp. rejected a proposal on Thursday to redevelop a property within the former Superblock, while agreeing to further discuss development plans for another West Baltimore site. Maverick Management Corp., a New York developer, proposed redeveloping 223 W. Lexington St. into...

  • New Howard housing director: "We want people to live and work here"

    New Howard housing director: "We want people to live and work here"

    When some developers are less than thrilled by Howard County's rules for dispersing affordable housing in new housing, Kelly Cimino delivers her trademark response: "Wouldn't it be great if the teachers who work at the schools you use to market your project could live in the county?" This Howard...

  • Howard County parkland swap for Savage housing development nears finalization

    Howard County parkland swap for Savage housing development nears finalization

    Residents of the Savage community continue to oppose a new development next to the Savage Mill more than two years after the developer, Bozzuto Homes, proposed the 35-unit project on roughly five acres of land. If approved by the county, the development, called the Settlement at Savage Mill, would...

  • Lion Brothers Building to open in December

    Lion Brothers Building to open in December

    A vacant historic building in southwest Baltimore is slated to reopen in December, in what is a big step for its developer and a sign of increasing private investment in the area. Cross Street Partners, co-founded by storied Baltimore developer Bill Struever, closed on the financing and started...

  • Baltimore-area home sales fell in July; prices increased 3 percent

    Baltimore-area home sales fell in July; prices increased 3 percent

    Home sales in the Baltimore region shrank for the first time in nearly two years last month as prices inched up, inventory shrank and deals involving distressed properties, including foreclosures, plummeted. The number of home sales in the metro area dropped to 3,561 in July, nearly 2 percent fewer...

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  • Kevin Plank's Sagamore Ventures invests in Baltimore tote-bag maker and shop

    Kevin Plank's Sagamore Ventures invests in Baltimore tote-bag maker and shop

    Under Armour's Kevin Plank has invested in a Baltimore-based tote and duffel bag maker and shop. Plank's Sagamore Ventures LLC has invested an undisclosed amount in Treason Toting Co., started in 2013 in by Baltimore craftsmen Jason Bass and Aaron Jones. The maker of leather and canvas bags and...

  • Cybersecurity firm led by former Sourcefire execs raises $12 million

    Cybersecurity firm led by former Sourcefire execs raises $12 million

    ThreatQuotient, a cyber security firm led by former executives of Columbia-based Sourcefire, raised $12 million to boost product development and expand international sales. The Reston, Va., company's threat intelligence platform, ThreatQ, is designed to provide customized security threat data,...

  • SEC clears Pikesville man of fraud charges

    SEC clears Pikesville man of fraud charges

    Reversing a ruling by one of its own judges, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has cleared a Pikesville man of charges he participated in a short-selling scheme with the online brokerage optionsXpress. In an administrative case brought in 2012 by the SEC's enforcement division, a judge...

  • Through venture fund, Exelon gets intel while startups get funding

    Through venture fund, Exelon gets intel while startups get funding

    When Constellation Energy Group decided to back Astrum Solar in 2011, it was a huge boon for the Baltimore energy startup. Astrum was founded in 2008 on the idea of bringing residential solar energy to the East Coast, where the technology had been slower to catch on compared with California and...

  • The 401(k) is wreaking havoc on retirement, study finds

    The 401(k) is wreaking havoc on retirement, study finds

    The shift from pensions to 401(k) plans is making retirement inequality much worse — and education is what separates the haves from the have-nots, a new study has found. College graduates have always been able to get better jobs. What's new in recent decades is that traditional pensions have all...

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