Executives at Columbia-based Corporate Office Properties Trust said Friday that strong leasing should lift performance in the rest of the year, as second-quarter earnings rose to positive digits, up from losses during the same period in 2013.
Regus, which calls itself the world's largest provider of flexible office space, is expanding fast in the Baltimore area, capitalizing on the growing need from workers and employers alike for more options in where and how people work.
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office said Friday that a 21-year-old Marriottsville man was arrested and charged for the theft of a Toyota RAV 4 and approximately $6,000 of hunting rifles and other hunting equipment from unlocked vehicles at a condominium complex along Rudy-Serra Drive.
One of Baltimore City's oldest social service agencies is behind on multiple mortgages and has had the power cut off in its offices and in a men's shelter it operates – and it says the city is to blame.
Downtown Baltimore lost nearly 10 percent of its jobs in 2011, but demand grew for offices, apartments and hotel rooms and more than 700 new residents moved in, statistics unveiled Thursday by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore show
Another challenge by ground lease holders to Maryland's 2007 ground rent reform laws has been revived, with lease holders claiming that a state law unconstitutionally diminished the value of their ground rents by making collection of payments costly and difficult to enforce.
In a nondescript warehouse in an industrial part of Southeast Baltimore, a customs inspector finds the cast-off skin of the Khapra beetle, a South Asian insect that is considered one of the most dangerous plant pests in the world.
In the last couple of weeks the planned State Center project has faced challenges that at the least could shift public opinion or lead to delays, but state officials vowed to push ahead with the project.