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  • Remaining Laurel Mall tenants frustrated by uncertainty

    Remaining Laurel Mall tenants frustrated by uncertainty
    If you are wondering about the redevelopment of the Laurel Mall —when the mall will close, when demolition on its property will begin, how long its proposed transformation into the "Laurel Town Centre" will take — don't bother asking the...
  • Laurel Mall officially closed May 1, but Burlington, post office remain open

    Laurel Mall officially closed May 1, but Burlington, post office remain open
    The Laurel Mall, desolate for years and with empty stores outnumbering those with tenants, officially closed its doors May 1. Signs posted on doors at various mall entrances read: "Mall has been permanently closed for business from May 1st." However, the...
  • St. John Properties will develop Timonium Exchange strip center

     St. John Properties will develop Timonium Exchange strip center
    St. John Properties announced last week that it has acquired a building on a 1-acre site at 56 Timonium Road, and will redevelop it into a 10,000-square-foot retail strip center, Timonium Exchange. The site is located between Interstate-83 and York Road....
  • Planning Commission unanimously recommends approval of Laurel Gardens redevelopment

    The Laurel Planning Commission on Tuesday, May 15 unanimously recommended approval of the Laurel Gardens redevelopment, a project that has raised concerns from residents of the 79-unit apartment and townhouse complex and neighboring property owners....
  • Staying at Tudor Hall

    It appears something with a measure of logic has come out of the year-long fiasco wherein the Harford County Council's Black Box building in Bel Air ended up being vacated. Initially evacuated because of fears that the building may have been on the brink...
  • CDC lowers lead poisoning threshold

    CDC lowers lead poisoning threshold
    The number of young children deemed at risk of lead poisoning in Maryland and nationwide expanded drastically Wednesday as a federal health agency declared it would effectively cut in half its threshold for diagnosing the environmental illness....
  • Exelon picks Harbor Point for future headquarters

    Exelon picks Harbor Point for future headquarters
    Harbor Point, a development project led by bakery magnate and developer John Paterakis Sr., will be the site of the headquarters for the combined Constellation-Exelon company if the proposed merger is completed, the energy giants announced Wednesday. The...
  • Special tax deals unfair

    The 15-year real estate tax abatement for the Superblock in West Baltimore raises important policy issues that need to be addressed. Specifically, should the city — and in certain cases, the state — grant economic incentives for real estate...
  • Mayor calls St. Patrick's Day violence a "black eye" for city as police ramp up summer deployment

    Mayor calls St. Patrick's Day violence a "black eye" for city as police ramp up summer deployment
    Visitors to Baltimore's downtown on summer weekends will see up to 50 additional police officers, a show of force aimed at preventing a repeat of St. Patrick's Day, when hundreds of youths battled and a tourist was beaten — scenes the mayor...
  • Hints of vision behind Columbia mall redevelopment emerge

    Tantalizing, if tentative, details about the redevelopment of the Mall in Columbia emerged on Wednesday night during an otherwise routine presentation before Howard County's Design Advisory Panel by General Growth Properties, Inc., the mall's owner and...
  • Protesters are expected at hearing on livability code

    Controversy continues to simmer over changes to Harford County's livability code, which is set to be brought before the county council Tuesday. Some residents involved in real estate continue to strongly oppose the idea of all landlords registering...
  • Traffic, affordable housing concerns raised at Columbia downtown redevelopment meeting

    Finding little to fault in the design of the first building project in the downtown Columbia redevelopment process, residents at a community meeting Tuesday night presented concerns regarding traffic and affordable housing. Roughly 80 people attended the...