Displaying items 97-108 of 2308 » View baltimoresun.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-193 Next >
With a Baltimore County Council vote on two Planned Unit Developments in Catonsville and Baltimore Highlands scheduled for next week, proponents of both projects expressed support at a council work session held Tuesday, Feb. 28. The projects — a...
A Baltimore home builder pleaded guilty Thursday in connection with a construction investment scheme that defrauded victims of more than $14 million, the Maryland U.S. attorney's office said. Brian McCloskey, 44, spent at least two years — from...
Tags: Bowie, Lawyers, Court Preliminary, Credit Ratings, Investments
About a year ago, Matt Venditto hired a builder to construct a house in Westminster. It wasn't long before buyer's remorse set in. In early June, Venditto purchased a lot from Green Builders Inc., which was expected to finish the four-bedroom house...
The County Council Monday unanimously passed a bill that will prohibit a property owner from obtaining a county rental license if they are more than 30 days behind on their condominium association or homeowner association fees. "The key is that we want...
Tags: Rentals, Condos, Land Price, Interior Policy, Finance
State officials approved more than $161 million in school construction funding Wednesday that will allow school systems in the Baltimore area to undertake renovation projects, tackling problems that include sweltering and overcrowded classrooms and...
With all the "moving pieces" involved in the downtown Columbia redevelopment process, County Executive Ken Ulman believed the county needed a point person for coordinating the government's efforts. "Getting downtown Columbia revitalization right is a...
Plans for two Baltimore County senior housing developments, one of which is tied to the expansion of the Catonsville Family Y, are set to move forward this week. County Councilman Tom Quirk said he plans to introduce resolutions Monday seeking council...
Tags: Tom Quirk, Baltimore County, Catonsville
Few will deny that "green" is good. In new home construction, that means an energy-conserving building is a worthy goal that deserves public support. In Baltimore County, that support also includes tax abatement. Since 2003, the Baltimore County Code...
Tags: Standards, Tom Quirk, David Marks, Energy Saving
Through the magic of television, America and 180 other countries will watch tonight as ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition unveils a new home for a 24-year-old quadriplegic patient at Baltimore's Kennedy Krieger Institute. But in fact, Brian Keefer...
Sherrie Becker recalled how she came to live at Quarry Lake, the residential, retail, office complex in Pikesville. Becker bought a home there in 2007, picking out a lot in the single-family residential area before any of the houses had even been built....
Tags: Jones Falls, Condos, Homes, Real Estate Sellers, Lakes and Ponds
The Baltimore skyline is iconic: The National Aquarium's blue waves and the World Trade Center's five-sided building have been depicted in places as varied as Robert McClintock paintings and local body art. The Domino Sugar sign is — well, it's...
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said this week that a commitment to improving public education is a prominent aspect of his $2.69 billion operating budget for FY 2013, presented Thursday, April 12, to the County Council. "When times are tough, we have to...
Feb 28, 2012 |Story| Patuxent Homestead
May 3, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
May 7, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
May 7, 2012 |Story| Patuxent Homestead
May 23, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Feb 29, 2012 |Story| Patuxent Homestead
Feb 5, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
May 1, 2012 |Story| Patuxent Homestead
Oct 21, 2011 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 9, 2012 |Story| Patuxent Homestead
Apr 12, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 12, 2012 |Story| Patuxent Homestead
Original site for House Building topic gallery.