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The Baltimore SunMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake intends to introduce legislation to the Baltimore City Council that would provide a 15-year tax break to apartment developments in downtown. The mayor announced the news at the annual meeting of the Downtown Partnership...
The Baltimore metro region had the best July in six years for contracts signed to buy homes, according to data released Friday by an affiliate of the region's multiple listing service. Home buyers signed 2,883 contracts last month — a nearly 20...
Tags: Inventories, Apartments, Finance, Real Estate Sales, Rentals
David Garbarino, of Sparks, was appointed in September to a three-year term to the board of directors of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. With more than 13 years in the finance industry, Garbarino serves as the Baltimore area executive and senior...
I noticed a moving truck outside the old St. Alphonsus parochial school in the west side of downtown Baltimore on Saratoga Street. Someone was moving into an apartment in this Victorian building, once home to a school that made a a valiant attempt to...
Baseball or Beethoven? Block party with live music, or couch party to watch the playoffs? "It's a happy dilemma to have," says Mike Evitts, a spokesman for the Downtown Partnership, among a number of groups whose previously scheduled events this week...
Legislation that 5th District County Councilman David Marks had said would simplify the process of establishing business improvement districts in Baltimore County was pulled by Marks in advance of Tuesday's council work session, and won't be voted upon by...
Tags: David Marks, Business Enterprises, Business
An informational meeting held Thursday for Baltimore officials to review the initial design of a mixed-use development planned for the site of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre ended with impassioned comments about the proposed demolition of the...
Legislation introduced by 5th District County Councilman David Marks last week proposed a streamlined process for the proposal and implementation of Commercial District Management Authorities in Baltimore County, which could clear the path for a...
Tags: Towson, David Marks, Business Enterprises, Business, Pikesville
Are you and your dog ready to get out and mingle? The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore has an event for you. Head to Yappy Hour in Center Plaza (in front of 39 West Lexington), July 12, 5 to 7 p.m. On the docket: pools and treats for your canine; free...
Tags: Dog (animal)
Responding to growing demand for more apartments in downtown Baltimore, owners of the Tremont Plaza Hotel will start converting the all-suites property later this year into a mix of rental units and long-term guest suites, the hotel's developer said...
For a city whose last Fortune 500 company was about to be acquired by an out-of-town corporation, there was not just consolation but actual excitement over one of the deal sweeteners: Chicago-based Exelon Corp. promised to build a new downtown office...
Exelon Corp.'s new headquarters in Baltimore is designed to be a glassy, 22-story skyscraper, similar in style to the Legg Mason tower, which would be a neighbor on the Harbor East waterfront, according to preliminary designs revealed Wednesday. The...
Tags: Exelon Corp., Marketing, Finance, Renewable Energy, Finance
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