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  • 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...
  • Table Talk: Duff's new adventures are coated in sugar

    Duff Goldman had a "blast" making his new Food Network series — "I got to check out the country. They let me off the leash." His new project is "Sugar High," a six-episode series debuting Aug. 8. The show sends Goldman and his motorcycle on a...
  • Cordish set to make announcement at Power Plant

    Phillips Seafood, an original Harborplace tenant that is closing its restaurant there Sept. 30, will show a city design panel plans Thursday for a new establishment at the Power Plant, in space left vacant by ESPN Zone when it closed last summer. The...
  • 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,...
  • Phillips Seafood will open in ESPN Zone space in fall 2011, Cordish announces

    Phillips Seafood will open in ESPN Zone space in fall 2011, Cordish announces
    Phillips Seafood and the Cordish Cos. announced today that Phillips will remain in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, moving into the former ESPN Zone space at the Power Plant. The Power Plant location is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2011. You can...
  • ESPN Zone replaced by Phillips Seafood

    ESPN Zone replaced by Phillips Seafood
    The old ESPN Zone space in the Inner Harbor has a new tenant in Phillips Seafood, David Cordish confirmed this morning.  ESPN Zone opened on Pratt Street in 1998, and closed definitely in June of last year in a big corporate shutdown of several of the...
  • No building slowdown on campus

    No building slowdown on campus
    Johns Hopkins is building a 45,000-square-foot addition to its centerpiece Milton S. Eisenhower Library. Loyola University Maryland is putting the finishing touches on new teaching and research laboratories at the Donnelly Science Center. And at the...
  • Cordish gets initial approval for building Arundel Mills slots

    Cordish gets initial approval for building Arundel Mills slots
    Baltimore-based Cordish Cos. has received initial approval from Anne Arundel County to build what is expected to be the state's most lucrative slots parlor at Arundel Mills mall. The Anne Arundel County Department of Planning and Zoning has approved...
  • Proposed casino could bring Las Vegas to the Potomac

    Proposed casino could bring Las Vegas to the Potomac
    It's not hard, after visiting National Harbor, to see what the fuss is all about. The sprawling, gleaming development along the Potomac River in Prince George's County boasts expensive stores, a half-dozen hotels, highway access and convention traffic &#...
  • Obrycki's closes its doors, rejects location at Arundel Mills

    Obrycki's closes its doors, rejects location at Arundel Mills
      In one corner of the bar, a couple finished a crab cake sandwich. In the dining room, several families wearing lobster bibs struggled with their steamed crabs. That Saturday's lunch at Obrycki's in Fells Point was business as usual belied the fact...
  • Cordish properties worth $38 million, court rules

    Cordish properties worth $38 million, court rules
    Maryland's high court ruled Wednesday that the Cordish Cos.' Power Plant and Pier IV buildings on Baltimore's Inner Harbor are worth, for property tax purposes, more than $38.1 million — the amount established by city tax assessors. Cordish...
  • With new casino opening, a look back at Cordish's gambling record

    With new casino opening, a look back at Cordish's gambling record
    Eleven years have passed since the Cordish Cos. broke ground on their first casino venture, a project with the Seminole tribe of Florida. Since then, the Baltimore-based developer, which builds and runs urban retail and entertainment venues, has been...