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  • Urban farmers win right to buy city lots near community garden in Hampden

    Urban farmers win right to buy city lots near community garden in Hampden
    Baltimore City has awarded "an exclusive negotiating privilege" to an urban farming collective to buy two vacant, city-owned lots near a community garden in Hampden. The collective, Baltimore Free Farm, is trying to buy the lots to prevent their...
  • Convenience store competition heats up

    Convenience store competition heats up
    Call it the battle of fried chicken versus made-to-order hoagies, both served with a side of gasoline. Competition among convenience store chains in the Baltimore area has heated up as retailers vie to win over consumers by redefining and expanding...
  • Demand for Baltimore-area homes increased in first half of the year

    Demand for Baltimore-area homes increased in first half of the year
    Baltimore's home market shifted this year, but a spike in interest rates may unsettle the balance again. "Back in the beginning of January … all of the buyers thought they were still in the buyer's market. Then, in the beginning of February,...
  • Joppatowne residents seek options for saving pool

    Joppatowne residents seek options for saving pool
    About 75 to 100 concerned residents of Joppatowne and their supporters crowded under the pavilion at Mariner Point Park Wednesday to learn more about what could be done to save the community pool at Mariner Point Swim Club. "If we pulled off the trash...
  • Seawall plans redevelopment of three blocks of Remington Avenue

    Seawall plans redevelopment of three blocks of Remington Avenue
    Seawall Development Corp., which is reinventing Remington with numerous projects, has unveiled detailed plans for its biggest one yet — the redevelopment of a three-block swath of Remington Avenue with retail, apartments, nonprofit offices and...
  • Sidney Silber, baker and engineer

    Sidney Silber, baker and engineer
    Sidney Silber, a retired real estate developer, philanthropist and accomplished gardener who once ran his family's bakery, died of cancer Tuesday at his Lutherville home. He was 95. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Isaac and Dora Rodbell Silber....
  • Baltimore's rentals in high demand, fueling building boom

    Baltimore's rentals in high demand, fueling building boom
    To win the two-bedroom Canton condo Jillian Rimmer wanted, she offered to pay $75 more a month than the asking rent of $1,600. It worked: The landlord chose her bid, and she and a roommate live there now. "I was willing to pay that for the great...
  • Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home

    Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home
    Cindy Cowman is just the type of person Baltimore officials want to woo: an empty-nester living in the suburbs, looking for an urban lifestyle and willing to invest in an older home. "I wanted to be in the city, with a high walkability score and a lot of...
  • Greysteel announces 7-Eleven ground lease offer

    The Greysteel Company's single tenant net lease investment group, led by Vice President Peter Snell, has been named exclusive advisor and agent for a ground lease 7-Eleven in Aberdeen. The offering, which is priced at $1,738,057 (5.25 percent cap),...
  • Little Italy facing big challenges

    Little Italy facing big challenges
    When utility crews dug up the intersection of Eastern Avenue and South High Street a couple of years ago, Gia Blatterman stood nearby and tried to picture Little Italy in 50 years. Would the low-slung rowhomes and Italian restaurants have given way to...
  • Picnic paints a picture of Remington as a hot neighborhood

    Picnic paints a picture of Remington as a hot neighborhood
    As hundreds of Remington residents rocked to live music Sunday, ate hot dogs and hamburgers, and lined up for free Baltimore City recycling bins, three longtime residents watched appreciatively and with a strong feeling that redevelopment will bring...
  • Huge distribution warehouse planned for former GM site

    Huge distribution warehouse planned for former GM site
    The owner of the former General Motors factory site in Southeast Baltimore has applied for a city permit to build a huge warehouse that would employ up to 2,600 people, according to documents filed with the city planning department. The 2.8 million-...