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  • 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...
  • New development proposed at Columbia mall

    New development proposed at Columbia mall
    A large-scale development project at the Mall in Columbia that would remove 30,000 square feet of existing retail space and add a 75,000-square-feet "lifestyle center" will be shared with the public at a community meeting Jan. 17 at Howard Community...
  • GGP to transfer 30 malls to new Rouse Properties, Inc.

    General Growth Properties Inc. announced Monday, Aug. 1, the transfer of 30 of its mall properties across the country into a new real estate investment trust named Rouse Properties Inc. after Columbia's founder, James Rouse. The trust and its portfolio...
  • Letter: More environmentally friendly plan needed for Symphony Woods

    The growing controversy over the 53 trees that CA proposes to cut down in the heart of Symphony Woods prompts me to write to help set the record straight. Back when General Growth Properties (GGP) sought County Council approval for the Downtown...
  • Ripley's Believe it or Not! lease at Harborplace finalized

    Ripley's Believe it or Not! lease at Harborplace finalized
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! has finalized plans to open an "odditorium" museum at the Inner Harbor by June. The attraction, which will feature more than 500 "oddities," a mirror maze and a 3-D movie theater, will take up two levels of the Light Street...
  • County hires director of downtown redevelopment

    County hires director of downtown redevelopment
    With all the "moving pieces" involved in the downtown Columbia redevelopment process, County Executive Ken Ulman believed the county needed a point person for coordinating the government's efforts. "Getting downtown Columbia revitalization right is a...
  • Downtown disconnect

    Downtown disconnect
    Ever since Jim Rouse and company decided to meticulously build Columbia from scratch in the 1960s, grand, detailed plans and the processes behind them have been an inextricable part of the community's identity and how it is shaped. It's a fact county...
  • Company to launch data center at old Boscov's location in Glen Burnie

    A Beltsville technology company that bought a former department store building in Glen Burnie said this week it plans to convert it into a sprawling data center for government and commercial customers. Privately-held AiNet Corp., which owns and...
  • General Growth Properties to improve Columbia office complex

    General Growth Properties will spend $1.8 million improving a seven-building office complex in Columbia's town center, its leasing agent said Thursday. The work on Columbia Corporate Center, across from the Mall in Columbia, will include renovations to...
  • Columbia developer buys controversial lakefront property

    Columbia developer buys controversial lakefront property
    A vacant 1.1-acre property near Lake Kittimaqundi in downtown Columbia that has been the subject of neighborhood tension, court battles and widespread development speculation in recent years was purchased for $3.5 million earlier this month by local...
  • New Columbia Foundation CEO named

    The Columbia Foundation, a 43-year-old philanthropic organization, will soon have a new leader. Beverly J. White-Seals will take over as president and CEO on April 23. Her predecessor, Beverly Francis-Gibson, resigned in January when her contract ended...
  • Letter: Planning Board should be wary of downtown Columbia plans

    I would like to expand on my comments about the Warfield neighborhood traffic outlook presented at the April 12th meeting of the Planning Board hearing and reported in your April 19 edition. The Town Center Village Board, which represents Warfield...