Here’s what happened, as the documents tell it. In 2006 the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) put out a request for proposals seeking a developer for the cleared land at 6-16 N. High St., in the city’s Jonestown neighborhood, just north of Little Italy. Tucker responded with a promise to build the center through MMG’s land-holding company, CRST LLC, and the BDC accepted his offer. According to the Land Disposition Agreement (LDA) that should have been recorded with the deed when the property was sold to MMG, the 2,816-square-foot lot was appraised at $70,000. The BDC agreed to sell it to Tucker’s company for a bit more than $30,000, but would not close the deal until Tucker showed the capacity to build the facility.