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  • Exelon building will pull energy from downtown

    Exelon building will pull energy from downtown
    Granted, the announced move of Constellation Energy/Exelon's new Baltimore headquarters around the Inner Harbor's northeast corner is not a quantum jump. Constellation's present location at 750 E.Pratt St. is already on the edge of downtown, furnishing...
  • The Chesapeake saga -- from the Baltimore Sun archives

     
    At sea re the Chesapeake saga. Me, too. I've been looking through the archives. This Ed Gunts article from 2003 was very, very helpful. Consider it exposition for the following eight years of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.Please share your memories of......
  • Howard officials to consider bike sharing program

    As Columbia moves toward a more urban-style, walkable downtown center, local officials want to introduce a bike-sharing program similar to those that have become popular in cities across the country. Howard County officials are working with the...
  • Cordish asking city for $3 million rent break to improve Power Plant

    Cordish asking city for $3 million rent break to improve Power Plant
    The Cordish Cos. is seeking $3 million worth of rent breaks on two city-owned properties near the Pier 4 Power Plant complex in exchange for making $6 million to $9 million worth of improvements to help keep existing tenants and attract new ones —...
  • Carl Verstandig's shopping center empire

    Carl Verstandig's shopping center empire
    At a time when many real estate companies are having trouble getting loans for expansion, Pikesville-based America's Realty is growing steadily. Headed by chief executive Carl Verstandig, it now controls 164 commercial developments in 13 states —...
  • Phillips Seafood move to be discussed next week

    Phillips Seafood is scheduled to present its exterior plans for a new restaurant at the Inner Harbor's Power Plant at a July 14 meeting of Baltimore City's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. The meeting's agenda, released Thursday, confirms a...
  • Charles Street corridor sees post-recession resurgence

    Charles Street corridor sees post-recession resurgence
    Walid Hajj is happy he followed his instincts and bought an incomplete condo redevelopment in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood last fall. Within three days of advertising the building's 13 newly redeveloped apartments this month, Hajj had rented all...
  • Phillips Seafood, the last of the original Harborplace tenants, to close

    Phillips Seafood, the last of the original Harborplace tenants, to close
    Phillips Seafood, the last of the original Harborplace tenants, is leaving Baltimore’s waterfront mall. But it appears the restaurant — once one of the nation’s busiest eateries — won’t be going far when it closes on Sept....
  • Annapolis Market House reopens

    Annapolis Market House reopens
    Some tourists came for gelato. One couple lunched on raw oysters. And a woman hovered near a display of half-pound jumbo lump crab cakes, pointing to a companion and saying, "Oh, my God." As the historic Annapolis Market House reopened Monday amid a...
  • Retail and office complex planned for Charles Street

    A parking lot at Charles and Eager streets in midtown Baltimore is being considered for redevelopment as a $3 million retail and office complex. Baltimore's Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation approved preliminary designs this week...
  • Phillips finalizes plans for move to Power Plant

    Phillips finalizes plans for move to Power Plant
    Phillips Seafood will open a 500-seat restaurant by early October at the Inner Harbor's Power Plant, in space left vacant last summer by ESPN Zone, Phillips and landlord the Cordish Cos. announced Thursday. Phillips, an original Harborplace tenant,...
  • State Center faces delay because of pending lawsuit

    State Center faces delay because of pending lawsuit
    The planned $1.5 billion transformation of the aging Maryland government complex in midtown Baltimore is facing a delay on the first phase of construction because of a pending lawsuit against the developers. Work to overhaul the 28-acre State Center...