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  • MICA plans $18.5 million expansion, renovation of student housing

    MICA plans $18.5 million expansion, renovation of student housing
    Twenty years after opening its first large residence for students, the Maryland Institute College of Art plans to build a $16.5 million addition that will increase the number of undergraduates living on campus and help revitalize Baltimore's North...
  • PARK(ing) Day swaps cars for open space

    PARK(ing) Day swaps cars for open space
    It's PARK(ing) Day again, that annual global happening where teams of artists, architects and others take over curbside parking spaces for a day and convert them into open-air lounges, picnic areas and pocket parks. First launched in 2005 in San...
  • Design plan for Harbor Point approved by city panel

    Design plan for Harbor Point approved by city panel
    Baltimore's Urban Design and Architecture Review panel approved Thursday the master plan for a nearly 3 million-square-foot development at Harbor Point, between Harbor East and Fells Point, where Exelon's new headquarters is expected to be built. The...
  • Wedded: Dana Perzynski and Graham Johnson

    Wedded: Dana Perzynski and Graham Johnson
    Wedding date: Feb. 9, 2013 Her story: Dana Perzynski, 28, grew up in Columbia. She is an associate planner with Ayers Saint Gross, an architectural and planning firm in Baltimore. Her mother, Karen Kurzawa, is a commercial interior representative; her...
  • Biden to visit University of Baltimore law school opening

    Biden to visit University of Baltimore law school opening
    Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will visit a new, $112 million building next month that will house the University of Baltimore School of Law, school officials said Monday. The John and Frances Angelos Law Center, which...
  • UB prepares to open new Law Center

    UB prepares to open new Law Center
    Like American jurisprudence, the University of Baltimore's new $114 million law school is complicated and thoughtful. Staircases bridge across and spiral through the 12-story building's vibrant atrium, connecting a labyrinth of classrooms and study...
  • Expansion of Baltimore architectural firm fueled by focus on colleges

    Expansion of Baltimore architectural firm fueled by focus on colleges
    Adam Gross surveys the grassy quadrangle, surrounded by brick walking paths trimmed in marble, nary a car in sight. "This is one of those seminal shots," he says, taking in the view of the Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus. "This used to be...
  • Many contributed to improvements at Hopkins campus

    I am writing in regard to Childs Walker's excellent article ("Campus visionaries," Aug. 9) that described some of the planning work our firm did for the Johns Hopkins University. While we certainly appreciate the kudos our firm received in the article, we...
  • Towson University getting a new $11 million front door

    Towson University getting a new $11 million front door
    Towson University's new $11 million gateway off Towsontown Boulevard is nearly complete, and those involved with the project say it's a key element in setting the campus identity. Kevin King, architect for Ayers Saint Gross, said in 2003 that visitors...
  • HMSHost sues to block travel plaza deal

    HMSHost sues to block travel plaza deal
    HMSHost Corp., a Bethesda-based travel hospitality firm, filed a lawsuit Friday in an attempt to block the state's award to another company of a contract to rebuild and run Maryland's two major travel plazas on Interstate 95. The lawsuit alleges that...
  • The right fix for I-95 travel plazas

    Pot holes are not liberal or conservative. Nor are bridges, sewer lines, roads, airports or tunnels. They are our infrastructure. And much of it is deteriorating, in Maryland and across the nation. There is simply not enough money. At least, not enough...