Giacomo "Jack" Bologna is a business and health reporter for The Baltimore Sun. Previously, he covered technology and health care at the Baltimore Business Journal and was an investigative reporter at The Clarion Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi.
The Center\West apartment complex in West Baltimore's Poppleton neighborhood has seen an exodus of tenants. Public records reveal lawsuits with contractors, insurers and management companies as well as mounting losses.
The facility, located on Greenspring Avenue, will include several treatment and exam rooms, centralizing the hospital’s oncology services, according to a news release. Sinai Hospital is part of the LifeBridge Health system.
A city-backed apartment complex that opened a few years ago in West Baltimore is struggling to retain residents, according to recently filed documents. The buildings at Center/West in Poppleton were almost fully leased as recently as September, documents show, but a fifth of all tenants have since left.
Developers behind a proposed $155 million redevelopment of Baltimore’s Superblock remain optimistic after the city’s historic preservation board signaled it would not let them demolish five buildings that date to the 19th century.
Some disabled veterans who've been through a Department of Veterans Affairs training program in Frederick say they've been hit with costly claims for expenses after quitting stressful acquisition jobs at the VA before they were supposed to.
City and state officials celebrated the groundbreaking Wednesday for the second phase of the $1 billion Perkins Somerset Old Town transformation, which will bring nearly 2,200 new market-rate and low-income homes to an area spanning 244 acres in East Baltimore.