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  • Apartment rents rise as homeownership sinks

    Apartment rents rise as homeownership sinks
    Apartment complexes in the Baltimore region are raising rents as a muted economic recovery and a foreclosure crisis have discouraged homeownership — and added to the ranks of renters. Rental costs rose more than 6 percent to about $1,120 in the...
  • 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...
  • Howard sees development potential along stretch of U.S. 1

    Howard sees development potential along stretch of U.S. 1
    Twenty-two-year-old Elkridge resident Roger Buckley recalls U.S. 1 as cluttered with "lots of old, sleazy motels, liquor stores and fast-food restaurants." The main drag near his childhood home was run-down, but it had its advantages. Buckley remembers...
  • Restaurant, bar added to Power Plant Live upgrade

    Pizza restaurant Joe Squared and Leinenkugel's Beer Hall will become the latest additions to Power Plant Live's $10 million upgrade, officials announced Wednesday. The downtown entertainment hub, which is in the middle of a multimillion-dollar upgrade,...
  • Water billing reforms just a start

    The article by Liz F. Kay regarding water bills ("City to Overhaul Water Billing," May 11) was helpful but only told part of the story. The well-known clerical errors, long waits to reach city water bureaucrats, frequent huge overcharges for water and...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Harford councilman warns of Edgewood housing crisis

    Warnings from one of its members that there is a housing crisis in part of Edgewood prompted the Harford County Council Tuesday to authorize a review of the county's property Livability Code which sets maintenance and other responsibilities for owners...
  • 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 —...
  • Part of Broadway Market reopens in Fells Point

    Part of Broadway Market reopens in Fells Point
    A spruced-up, more cheerful version of the historic Broadway Market's south shed reopened Friday morning, and customers found such new offerings as Polish dishes made from scratch and food cooked while they wait. The mix of four tenants in the market,...
  • 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...