After a contentious series of hearings, the City Council is expected on Monday to grant developer Michael Beatty $107 million in public financing for Harbor Point, the capped hazardous waste site envisioned as home to a new office tower as well as housing, shopping and parks.
A Chicago-based parking garage operator and developer has bought one of the last vacant sites at the Inner Harbor and plans to start building a mixed-use project, possibly an apartment tower, on the East Pratt Street plot in the next four to six years
Domino Sugar spent decades focusing on the inner workings of its Baltimore plant — the parts with a direct impact on refining and transporting sugar. Now it's forking out money on beautification, about $250,000 so far.
David E. Traub, who photographed Baltimore for nearly six decades for the postcard and tourist souvenir business he founded, died of cancer complications Monday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Slade Avenue resident was 91.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican Party's nominee for vice president last year, challenged the Maryland GOP last night to follow the example of the party in his home state of Wisconsin and take back the State House
Decades ago developer James Rouse looked at a rundown industrial waterfront in downtown Baltimore and saw the makings of an attraction called Harborplace at the Inner Harbor. Now a former Rouse employee looks at an expanse of woods in downtown Columbia and sees the possibility of an "Inner Arbor."
So let's say you have an office group that wants to get together for the holidays — but no one wants to do the planning. Or, maybe your company isn't kicking up the cash for a big party. You can essentially pool your resources with other small-business groups.