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  • Tax break errors cost Baltimore millions, Sun investigation finds

    Tax break errors cost Baltimore millions, Sun investigation finds
    The city of Baltimore has failed to collect millions of dollars in potential revenue because of chronic errors and miscalculations in a program offering tax breaks for historic renovations, a Baltimore Sun investigation has found. The Sun documented...
  • Johnny's restaurant causing parking problems in Roland Park

    Johnny's restaurant causing parking problems in Roland Park
    Neighbors of Johnny’s, the new restaurant in the Roland Park Shopping Center say the eatery’s popularity is causing parking problems in the immediate neighborhood. The co-owner of the Park Lynn Apartments, the manager of the Roland Park...
  • Gas leak hits Bel Air condo building Sunday, also had fire last week

    A Bel Air condo building that was the scene of a fire late last week was also evacuated after a gas leak Sunday. About 10 residents were evacuated from the building on Selvin Way, behind the Greenbrier Shopping Center off Todd Road and Knollcrest Drive,...
  • Wonk table test

    Wonk table test
    December was another positive month for home sales in metro Baltimore, though the market supply of homes continued to dwindle, dropping below 10,000 for the first time since February 2006. Last month, 1,945 home sales closed in Baltimore and its five...
  • UDARP panel gives qualified endorsement of Rotunda project

    UDARP panel gives qualified endorsement of Rotunda project
    In a vote that fell short of unqualified support, the Baltimore City Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel gave its mixed blessing to the Rotunda mall redevelopment plans Thursday, Jan. 10 saying some of the design is boring and a missed...
  • Lawyer calls for mistrial in hearing on proposed Catonsville medical complex

    Lawyer calls for mistrial in hearing on proposed Catonsville medical complex
    The lawyer for a community association trying to stop a medical office complex from being built in Catonsville called for a mistrial Monday in a Baltimore County hearing on the project, saying his clients should be allowed to inspect records sought by...
  • Dream Home: Malt House condo showcases couple's art collection

    Dream Home: Malt House condo showcases couple's art collection
    Like so many skeletons of Baltimore's industrial past, the brick and steel bones of sturdy buildings — devoid of innards — are found all along the harbor. Or maybe it should be said they were found along the harbor, since more and more of...
  • Dream home: Silo Point is urban base for ex-military man

    Dream home: Silo Point is urban base for ex-military man
    For Mark Romero, showing off the communal areas of the Silo Point condominium where he lives is just as important as touting his own place. As he walks toward the front desk in the lobby, the concierge greets him by name. Romero then moves toward an open...
  • Dream home: Perry Hall condo is lofty perch

    Dream home: Perry Hall condo is lofty perch
    From the halls of a condominium complex, every residence looks just about the same. The surprise is often in the sight that greets a visitor when the front door is answered. In the case of Wendy Galinn's condo, the wow factor is immediately apparent....
  • Dream home: Waterfront condo keeps bachelor firmly planted

    Dream home: Waterfront condo keeps bachelor firmly planted
    It seems that everyone at Canton Cove, a waterfront condominium complex east of Fells Point, knows Harvey Goldberg's two-story unit, even if they've never met the owner. People strolling along the harborside promenade can see his two big dogs peering...
  • Family finds that helping others pays handsomely

    Family finds that helping others pays handsomely
    Morris and Sandra Hill sit atop a corporate ladder fashioned from their own family tree. The couple has helped build Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. into a $17 million enterprise. Two of Sandra Hill's children have jobs paying six-figure salaries, and...
  • Aaron Maybin's home-field advantage

    Aaron Maybin's home-field advantage
    You might say that Aaron Maybin is on top of the world. Indeed, from the lofty perch of his new condo at the Inner Harbor, the 22-year-old NFL player has a panoramic view of the city he calls home. "Oh man, I love it," said Maybin, a linebacker for the...