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  • Harbor Point developers present plans for site's next building

    Harbor Point developers present plans for site's next building
    Beatty Development Group said Thursday that it hopes to break ground early next year on its next building in Harbor Point — an 18-story complex with 285 apartments.
  • Plan for Four Seasons condos takes tentative step forward

    Plan for Four Seasons condos takes tentative step forward
    The developer of Harbor East has dipped its toes back into Baltimore's tenuous condominium market, presenting the city with new plans for long-stalled luxury residences atop the Four Seasons Hotel. The design calls for 63 condominiums instead of the...

    Designs for Locust Point redevelopment move forward

    Designs for Locust Point redevelopment move forward
    The city's design panel gave a qualified go-ahead to a new $80 million mixed use project in Locust Point Thursday, marking another step in the evolution of the once dominantly industrial neighborhood. The roughly 10-story 900 E. Fort Avenue...

    Plan for Federal Hill apartment building draws concerns about parking

    Plan for Federal Hill apartment building draws concerns about parking
    A proposal to build a nine-story, 305-unit apartment complex on Key Highway in front of the Digital Harbor High School prompted questions about parking and building scale at a city meeting Thursday. Alliance Residential Company has the property, located...

    Looking for ways to improve Inner Harbor

    Looking for ways to improve Inner Harbor
    City leaders hope that by this time next year they'll have returned from Annapolis with funds to put toward making the Inner Harbor what its original designers intended it to be — "a playground for Baltimoreans." "The city has changed so much...