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  • New owner plans apartments for Equitable building

    New owner plans apartments for Equitable building
    A developer plans to convert the historic Equitable Building into 180 residential apartments, the latest Baltimore development designed to capitalize on trends that predict increased urban living. JK Equities, a real estate company with offices in New...
  • Liberty Property shifts to industrial properties

    Liberty Property shifts to industrial properties
    A Pennsylvania real estate investment trust with extensive holdings in Maryland is shedding its office properties in favor of warehouses, a move driven by relatively high occupancy and strong profits in the industrial sector. Liberty Property Trust...
  • June yet another month of improving Baltimore-area home sales

    June yet another month of improving Baltimore-area home sales
    Nearly 20 percent more Baltimore-area homes sold in June than in the same month a year ago, evidence that the housing market remained strong throughout the prime selling season. Last month, 3,068 homes sold in Baltimore and its five suburban counties....
  • Understanding the Dynamics of Inventory

    ADVERTORIAL CONTENT After what was easily the longest economic downturn in recent times, momentum is building and national headlines are trumpeting news of economic gains. In the residential housing sector, these swiftly-changing market dynamics...
  • John A. Jarosinski, businessman

    John A. Jarosinski, businessman
    John A. Jarosinski, a Baltimore businessman who was an active member of several veterans organizations, died Thursday of cancer and a stroke at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88. The White Marsh resident had earlier lived in Govans for 30 years. Born in...
  • Beware the pernicious rental scam

    Beware the pernicious rental scam
    Online listings offered the Northeast Baltimore home for rent at a bargain price. The problem? It's not for rent — it's for sale. And the owners had nothing to do with those ads. This sort of scam proliferates on websites and in rental advertisers,...
  • Rotunda redevelopment plans criticized by city panel

    Rotunda redevelopment plans criticized by city panel
    Officials criticized new plans for the redevelopment of North Baltimore's Rotunda mall on Thursday, questioning whether turning the landmark shopping center inside out — making stores accessible only from outdoor sidewalks — would best serve...
  • Non-profits should contribute to the city's tax base

    Baltimore City's belated effort to collect full-rate property taxes on unsold but move-in-ready condo units highlights how much reliance the city places on property owners to shoulder, among other things, the costs of infrastructure and public safety...
  • Stanley I. Panitz, real estate developer

    Stanley I. Panitz, real estate developer
    Stanley I. Panitz, a former real estate developer whose Bolton Square town house community earned him national recognition, died Monday from complications of Alzheimer's disease at Springwell Senior Living in Mount Washington. The Roland Park resident...
  • HCC unveils new non-credit courses for summer

    HCC unveils new non-credit courses for summer
    Howard Community College in Columbia is offering more than 50 new non-credit courses this summer, with many focusing on how to teach science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to preschool-age children and women and girls. Other non-credit...
  • Tolliver suggests Crownsville as possible police academy site

    Tolliver suggests Crownsville as possible police academy site
    County officials should look into acquiring the state Department of Housing and Community Development building in Crownsville for a police academy, at least according to former County Police Chief Larry W. Tolliver. The state Board of Public Works...
  • Kim Amrein joins Bel Air Long & Foster office

    Kim Amrein is a new sales associate in the Bel Air office of Long and Foster Real Estate Inc., 3004 Emmorton Road in Abingdon. "We are excited to announce Kim Amrein has joined our team of highly-trained professionals," Gary Scott, president of Long &...