The National Aquarium said it will work with Baltimore-based firms Design Collective and Plano-Coudon to design and build the planned Animal Care and Rescue Center in Baltimore's Jonestown neighborhood north of the Inner Harbor.
The team planning a new Hammerjacks near the casino and sports stadiums recently unveiled new designs for the Baltimore club and concert venue for a city review panel, saying they hope to open by the end of 2017.
The 113-page document lays out standards for future buildings and streetscape design along a stretch of Clarksville Pike from Guilford Road to Trotter Road. The plan, developed by the county's Department of Planning and Zoning in conjunction with architectural firm Design Collective, is the culmination of more than a year of public input and revisions.
United Way of Central Maryland said Thursday it is planning to move to South Baltimore in 2017, into a new eight-story office building that is part of a large plan to transform a semi-industrial area tucked between Federal Hill and the stadiums into apartments, offices and shopping.
A Baltimore architecture firm founded in 1977 by two Park School graduates and a friend has nearly doubled in size in the last two years, with its most ambitious bid for greater territory last month when it announced the expansion of its footprint to Colorado.
County Executive Ken Ulman said the goal of the initiative, which will create design guidelines for the commercial area, is to develop standards that "reflect the unique nature of this portion of Howard County, and that will lead to sustainable, pedestrian-friendly and attractive development and redevelopment for years to come."
A community group in the Loch Raven area got a first look Monday night at Loch Raven Commons, a mixed-use development at the former Raytheon site on East Joppa Road with up to 200 high-end apartments, commercial space, and a village green.
Finding little to fault in the design of the first building project in the downtown Columbia redevelopment process, residents at a community meeting Tuesday night presented concerns regarding traffic and affordable housing
In its first major project planned for downtown Columbia since emerging from bankruptcy last November, the town's master developer has proposed up to 817 residences and 70,000 square feet of retail space.
A city design panel on Monday approved Phillips Seafood's plans for new signs and windows at the Inner Harbor's Power Plant, where the company will open a 500-seat restaurant by early October in former ESPN Zone space.