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  • As projects continue, Baltimore hotel market rebounds

    As projects continue, Baltimore hotel market rebounds

    Though travel to Baltimore declined last summer after the April riots, hotelier Khaled Said, who was planning a $14 million conversion of a former culinary college building downtown into a 101-room hotel, was undeterred. The 55-year-old has built his business working on hotels on Baltimore's outskirts,...

  • Port Covington master plan clears first hurdle

    Port Covington master plan clears first hurdle

    Sagamore Development Co., the real estate firm privately owned by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, on Thursday cleared a first hurdle in its plan to redevelop Port Covington, winning backing from a city design panel for an ambitious master plan that would create a dense mixed-use district on industrial...

  • Developer scales back plans for 1 Light Street building

    Developer scales back plans for 1 Light Street building

    Plans for 1 Light Street, where development has been discussed for decades, took another turn Thursday, as the developer presented scaled back plans for the building, removing several stories that had been proposed as residences. The latest version of the project shows a glassy tower that would...

  • Seeing promise amid the changing face of Howard Street

    Seeing promise amid the changing face of Howard Street

    As co-founder and director of the annual Charm City Fringe Festival, Zachary Michel goes in search of neighborhood performance locations for his theater companies. He feels Baltimore's Howard Street corridor offers midsize spaces aplenty. As we walked recently along the street from Saratoga north...

  • Rite Aid and other tenants have signed on at Remington Row

    Rite Aid and other tenants have signed on at Remington Row

    A Rite Aid drugstore will anchor the retail portion of the Remington Row apartment project in North Baltimore, which also will include a hair salon, an acupuncture treatment center and a dry cleaners, the developer said Thursday. Those tenants will fill 90 percent of the retail space at the $40...

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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'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...

  • A behind-the-scenes look at cabinet craftsmanship

    A behind-the-scenes look at cabinet craftsmanship

    To create a perfect fit, Chris Robertson spends hours every day cutting, chiseling, shaving and scraping and sanding wood for his custom cabinetry. Robertson, 31, owner of C.W. Robertson Traditional Cabinetmakers in Parkton, says the extra time and detail, combined with his love of woodworking,...

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