Under Armour has paid $70.3 million for land in Port Covington where it plans to build its new headquarters campus — more than double what CEO Kevin Plank's private real estate firm purchased the waterfront site for in 2014, according to land records.
The CEO of Corporate Office Properties Trust said Thursday the firm is in "prove-me mode," as it adapts its portfolio to serve a workforce more interested in an urban setting, while its longstanding government contractor tenants face slower growth.
Corporate Office Properties Trust on Tuesday reported that net income and earnings per share increased in the first quarter of 2015, but its funds from operations per share — a metric preferred by real estate investment trusts — sank by more than 6 percent.
Activists have fought to defend the working-class Northeast Baltimore community of Belair-Edison against the forces that have crushed other neighborhoods -- blockbusting and white flight, predatory lending and foreclosures, a loss of blue collar jobs, and crime. Unlike failing city neighborhoods, Belair-Edison has maintained high rates of homeownership, even as it transitioned from majority white to majority black in the 1990s. Experts say offering affordable housing to working- and middle-class
Baltimore's assessable tax base increased by $1.3 billion last year, the state tells us, so what's wrong with this picture? What's wrong is this: Baltimore's growing wealth could cost it $14 million in state funding for our public schools.
Home sales in the Baltimore area had their best January in eight years, and all signs point to a strong spring market, real estate analysts said. Numbers released by the RealEstate Business Intelligence and the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors — reflecting slightly different spans of time — show January sales up by 18.4 and nearly 17 percent respectively compared with a year before. The sales figure was the best since 2007, RBI reported.
Jeanine Turner and Jeffrey Kent pooled their resources as interior designer and master painter, respectively, into pop-up gallery projects that benefit the vacant property owner, the artist who needs exhibition space and, of course, the potential buyer, since everything is for sale.
A Pennsylvania-based firm and its multinational joint venture partner paid $77.25 million in December for a nearly 800-unit apartment complex in Reisterstown, expanding their already sizable Maryland holdings.
Two websites have named Westminster one of the 10 most dangerous cities in Maryland based on 2012 FBI data. Police Chief Jeff Spaulding and Mayor Kevin Utz say residents should consider the source of the information and the motivation for compiling the lists before worrying, though.
¿Deep Creek is one of Maryland¿s only four-season areas for outdoor activities,¿ says Carney. The winter season typically runs from Thanksgiving through mid-March, and Garrett County¿s annual snowfall averages about 100 inches. Wisp Resort, a hot spot for weekend travelers, offers snowboarding, skiing, tubing and snowmobiling.
At the Baltimore County Council's final meeting of the term Monday, members approved a new contract for the sale of the North Point Government Center in Dundalk and killed a bill that would have promoted agritourism.
Home sales in the Baltimore area jumped in October for the third straight monthly increase over last year, as median prices continued to be dragged down by a sharp jump in distressed property sales, according to a real estate analyst's report.
Glen Shirley, a member of the Carroll County Agricultural Land Preservation Advisory Board, said he can remember stories his father used to tell him of the farm he grew up on. Of the emerald and golden landscape, the bliss of an uninterrupted view of nature's bounty.
A Columbia-based real estate firm is looking for the right tenant to kickstart development of its waterfront property in Canton, with plans for four glassy office buildings that could create a kind of Harbor farther East
A Florida business bought the Belair Edison Crossing shopping center for $12.3 million this week, a ¿significantly sized deal¿ that suggests strength in the city's retail investor market, the broker for the deal said Thursday.
In recent years, the revitalization of Sykesville Main Street has brought economic growth and connectivity between residents and the businesses that serve them. However, many business and property owners in the historic downtown area are concerned that the development of the Warfield Complex could hinder growth — and perhaps destroy it altogether.
As high prices, rising rents and tight credit requirements continue to make homeownership difficult for many families, some private and nonprofit developers are trying to find ways to make homeownership more accessible for renters.
A simmering feud over who controls a Baltimore County farm — its new CEO owner or its longtime tenant — boiled over when the CEO recently had the farmer's corn crop plowed under in an effort to remediate the land.
The former Wakefield Valley Golf Course in Westminster is one step closer to becoming a park and 60-plus-unit development after the county board of commissioners agreed to forgo collecting a $400,000 penalty fee.
By By Christian Alexandersen and Times Staff Writer
Synthetic marijuana, also known as "spice," can be easier to get than cigarettes in Harford County, and while police last year broke up what they say was a significant distribution ring, spice is still a problem locally and is being treated the same as any other illegal drug.