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  • Catonsville wallpaper business considers moving or closing

    Catonsville wallpaper business considers moving or closing

    A bright red "now leasing" sign on the building of a longtime Catonsville business is portending change along Frederick Road. While the future of Plymouth Wallpaper Furnishing & Gifts at the Catonsville location is unclear, the large sign promoting available space has prompted questions in the...

  • 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...

  • City to move forward in Park Heights without a master developer

    City to move forward in Park Heights without a master developer

    Baltimore Housing leaders say they are trying a different strategy in Park Heights after an effort to find a strong private developer to lead revitalization efforts there failed. Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano said the city did not feel confident the firms that expressed interest...

  • LeMondo group sees a cultural hub rising from old Uniform City

    LeMondo group sees a cultural hub rising from old Uniform City

    Baltimore theater artists took a $275,000 chance when they bought an old nurses' uniform sales building in a deserted block of North Howard Street. The building had long ago been subdivided and appeared bleak. It sits on a street that was so depressed that it was once selected for a scene in "The...

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  • Inside economist Anirban Basu's Indian-inspired home

    Inside economist Anirban Basu's Indian-inspired home

    Where many families would see problems, economist Anirban Basu and his wife, Debita, saw promise. In 2012, the couple was only informally looking for a new home for their family of four when Debita happened upon an open house at Devon Hill’s former carriage house. While the house had a lot of charm...

  • Baltimore at Home magazine launch party

    Baltimore at Home magazine launch party

    The Baltimore Sun Media Group celebrated the launch of its newest magazine, Baltimore at Home, at the Floors Etc. showroom in Timonium on Thursday, April 7. Guests enjoyed heavy hors d'oeuvres from Cunningham's and wine from Linganore Winecellars. Raimondi's Florist provided arrangements.

  • Baltimore's Airbnbs showcase diverse design aesthetics

    Baltimore's Airbnbs showcase diverse design aesthetics

    The vacation rental site Airbnb boasts more than 2 million worldwide listings ranging from a Scottish castle to a treehouse in the jungles of India. But you don’t need a passport or a plane ticket to enjoy a getaway in a unique home. Local homeowners are offering up stunning spaces that will have...

  • Farmhouse style meets industrial edge in Baltimore homes

    Farmhouse style meets industrial edge in Baltimore homes

    Aaron and Mallory Lembo love living in the middle of the city, on a busy street near Patterson Park. They thrive on the hustle and bustle of the urban environment and the closeness of their neighbors. Aesthetically, however, Mallory is inspired by a lifestyle with a much slower pace. She looks...

  • 10 hot home design trends

    10 hot home design trends

    What’s hot for spring 2016? We asked some of the area’s best designers what trends and concepts are on everyone’s mind this season. 1. Touchable Texture Design is inherently visual, but it’s best when it engages the other senses, too — including touch. “People have been incorporating a lot of...

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