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  • GGP plans 'open-air plaza' at Columbia mall

    GGP plans 'open-air plaza' at Columbia mall
    An "open-air plaza" surrounded by yet-to-be-selected restaurant and retail tenants is planned to be built at the Columbia mall in the space currently occupied by L.L. Bean, mall owner General Growth Properties announced Tuesday, July 24. GGP presented...
  • Fake bomb causes evacuation of car rental company near BWI

    Fake bomb causes evacuation of car rental company near BWI
    A car rental company located near BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport in Hanover was evacuated for more than four hours on Friday night after employees noticed a suspicious device and alerted police, according to the Maryland State Fire Marshal. The device,...
  • Old Navy leaving Bel Air for Abingdon; shoe store coming to Harford Mall

    Bel Air's Harford Mall and Abingdon's new Boulevard at Box Hill continue to bring in new businesses even as some old ones leave. After Old Navy recently departed Harford Mall for the Boulevard, the mall announced it would soon be replaced by Shoe Dept....
  • Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground slated for closing [Letter]

    A similar note was sent  to local and state elected officials and a copy was provided for publication. The purpose of this letter is to notify Maryland State and Local representatives of the impending closure of the U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Ground...
  • Justice eludes tenants

    Justice eludes tenants
    On most days in landlord-tenant court in Baltimore City District Court, the only issue is: "Did you pay your rent?" If not, you are on the street. No defense is allowed, such as "I was sick and lost time from work," "My benefit check did not arrive," or...
  • Belgian-style brasserie, art gallery planned in former Red Men's Hall

    Belgian-style brasserie, art gallery planned in former Red Men's Hall
    The Improved Order of Red Men are gone, but the old Red Men's Hall in Hampden could soon be bustling again, with plans for a pub, an art gallery and a cafe or sushi restaurant at 3600 Hickory Ave. The 120-year-old Tecumseh Tribe No. 108 of the...
  • Columbia mall redevelopment begins to 'come to life'

    Columbia mall redevelopment begins to 'come to life'
    Five months after ground broke on the expansion and redevelopment of the Mall in Columbia, the L.L. Bean facade to the mall is all that remains of the 30,000 square-foot store. Looking down on the space from the roof of a nearby parking garage, you...
  • Sale of downtown Annapolis post office building will end era ... eventually

    Sale of downtown Annapolis post office building will end era ... eventually
    Since 1901, Annapolis residents and downtown workers have been dropping off letters and buying stamps at the brick Georgian Revival-style post office on Church Circle. But not for much longer. A vote by the state's Board of Public Works on Wednesday...
  • Progress in Uplands community is gaining steam

    Progress in Uplands community is gaining steam
    After more than a decade of cajoling, legal wrangling and building, the residences at Uplands, the $238 million residential community in Southwest Baltimore, are coming to life. "There's a momentum that's built up that's going to be very, very difficult...
  • Bedbug lawsuits on the increase

    Bedbug lawsuits on the increase
    Faika Shaaban developed an itchy rash the day she moved into an Annapolis apartment in the fall of 2011. The hundreds of bites, the lesions and the resulting scarring were from bedbugs. She had no idea that she'd rented an apartment whose landlord had...
  • Tenants confirmed for Towne Centre Laurel

    Tenants confirmed for Towne Centre Laurel
    No new leases have been announced for Town Centre Laurel — the development that is planned for the site where Laurel Mall once stood — but agreements with tenants already announced have been officially finalized, and the project is said to...
  • State shouldn't let landlords discriminate

    State shouldn't let landlords discriminate
    As we recently celebrated the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act, it is significant to note that the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan regions are among the most segregated in America. Last month, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil...