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An Italian garden oasis in Fells Point

Tucked away on a quiet street in Fells Point stands a collection of ivy-covered rowhouse that have been merged over the years to become a sanctuary for married couple Vincent Peranio and Dolores Deluxe. Deluxe, 67, and Peranio, 70, bought the first of the four rowhouses, which date to the 1830s,...

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  • State Center heads to mediation Thursday

    State Center heads to mediation Thursday

    Formal mediation between the developer of State Center and the state begin Thursday in an effort to resolve disputes over the long-delayed project. The plan, in the works for more than 10 years, would redevelop a 28-acre swath of midtown Baltimore with homes and stores anchored by offices rented...

  • Developer Mark Sapperstein eyes Sun building

    Developer Mark Sapperstein eyes Sun building

    Baltimore developer Mark Sapperstein is considering buying the Calvert Street properties occupied by The Baltimore Sun. Sapperstein of 28 Walker Development, which was one of about six firms that made offers, said he is conducting due diligence on the Sun building and parking garage, drawn by the...

  • Towson neighbors wary of Goucher College bid for commercial zoning

    Towson neighbors wary of Goucher College bid for commercial zoning

    Goucher College in Towson faces concern and opposition from neighbors over its proposal to rezone more than 8 acres near the campus entrance for commercial use. Residents say they're worried because Goucher hasn't disclosed its plans for the property, a parcel on corner of the campus along busy...

  • 110 Compromise St. property bought for $4.15M

    Annapolis City Dock property bought for $4.15M

    Development group moving ahead with mixed-use development

  • 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...

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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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