Jessamy to be city's highest paid
Development board ushers in open meetings with light agenda, nary a member of the general public
BDC aims to protect secrecy
Md. raising lid on BDC could foster U.S. model
Talks on 'superblock' fail
Charity, city try to solve standoff
Eager for creative concepts to revitalize Pratt Street, the city hopes to entice innovators with prize money
Developer reveals plans for Westport
Locked-up properties are the key to growth
West side project advances
NAACP reiterates intention to relocate
The secret of selling Baltimore
Sale of eight buildings in the 300 block of N. Howard St. affects an area viewed as a bridge to redevelopment to the north
Options studied for replacing Inner Harbor eyesore
Hotel breaks ground in convention market
Old GM site to employ 3,000
Medical center breathing new life into building
Planners recommend Wyndham Vote is unanimous despite violation of master plan; Residents jeer decision; City Council must make final decision on 48-story hotel
Historic Davidge gets its due Landmark: Davidge Hall, the oldest medical school building in continuous use in the United States, has been designated a National Historic Landmark.
How high the Wyndham hotel? Design: It was to be 32 stories, but architects have submitted proposals for the Wyndham hotel that would make it as tall as 50 stories.
Agency supports expanded museum Visionary art officials want city to sell them old barrel warehouse
'Parking valets' a plague to East Baltimore tourists
Realtors board moving out of Baltimore
'Duh': some more ideas if wrong hotel site wins
City considers plans for Federal Hill land Visionary art museum expansion, townhouses among six proposals
PUSHING FRIENDS AND SOCIAL GOALS; BDC: DESPITE INDEPENDENT BOARD, CITY'S DEVELOPMENT AGENCY DOES SCHMOKE'S BIDDING.
Downtown hotel plan is raising questions Effect of proposal on skyline, new park among considerations
Garage will blend with neighbors Design: Architects for the new Baltimore Street garage want it to complement, not emulate, the buildings on each side of the project -- City Hall and the new Alex. Brown headquarters.
Sprawl of jobs reaches farther Businesses expected to continue march into outer suburbs
'Enterprise zone' expansion sought in city's southwest Port Covington, Westport and in parts of Cherry Hill
Inner Harbor East hotel plan gains Paterakis' proposal gets a key city nod; mayor liked location
City begins demolishing huge Fairfield Homes public housing complex Workers clearing site for use by light industry
A bid for more than just a hotel City leaders looking at its spinoff effect
Architects envision a new Howard Street Downtown: A competition to reinvigorate the commercial corridor emphasizes the arts.
A dream plan for Baltimore
Rebuilding BDC Brodie: Nine months into the job, the latest president of Baltimore Development Corp. hopes getting the small details right will lead to big results.
City real estate mess Anbridge discoveries: No one knows what Baltimore City owns, leases or gets paid.
Slow down on stadium, critics urge Design complaints provoke suggestions to delay construction; 'A tight timetable'; Ravens dismiss bid by key planners to alter schedule
Power Plant chimney proposal wins review board's acclaim
Power Plant smokestacks may fall Developer seeks OK to alter skyline fixture
Club salutes new flag bearers for Inner Harbor development
Partiers went back to the future for Maryland Food Committee
BDC is taking a team approach Baltimore agency regroups to become more responsive
Morgan State plans arts center ' Great project': After patients are moved from Montebello Rehabilitation Hospital, arts center is to be built nearby on Northeast Baltimore site.
Canute in Sandtown
How Brodie would revive city
Building Another Renaissance New construction: '96 sees Baltimore poised to rejoin the upper echelon of cities watched for new ideas in urban development.
Modem times City development: Jay Brodie has to have direct lines to mayor, his counterparts.