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Cross Street Partners part of team to take on Hoen Lithograph building
Cross Street Partners part of team to take on Hoen Lithograph building

The real estate firm founded by developer C. William "Bill" Struever said Tuesday it is part of a joint venture planning to turn a former print factory in East Baltimore into housing for nurses, office space and café. Struever's Cross Street Partners and City Life Builders expect to spend about $17 million on the former A. Hoen & Co. complex, said Julia Day, Baltimore Housing deputy commissioner for land resources. The 85,000-square-foot property, where the famous Baltimore lithography firm A. Hoen & Co. printed some of the first National Geographic maps, has been vacant since the business shut down in 1981. The company, founded in 1835, was so old it printed...

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