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Maryland Live! Casino to Open in June

Maryland Live! Casino to Open in June

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor As work on the Maryland Live! Casino is nearing completion, the developers gathered on Wednesday, February 15, in Arundel Mills, to celebrate, honor the workers and ”top off” one of the state’s largest construction projects. A [...]…

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Downtown Baltimore’s Holiday Inn Sold to The Procaccianti Group

Downtown Baltimore’s Holiday Inn Sold to The Procaccianti Group

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Procaccianti Group (TPG), a privately held real estate investment and management company based in Providence, Rhode Island, announced that it has recently completed the purchase of the Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel. With the [...]…

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Harbor Point to Host New Constellation Headquarters

Harbor Point to Host New Constellation Headquarters

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor After researching and exploring multiple locations in the last months, Exelon Corporation and Constellation Energy announced they have chosen Harbor East Development Group LLC to build their new waterfront headquarters at Harbor Point. The companies plan [...]…

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New 16-screen Theater to Anchor $85M Towson Circle III Development

New 16-screen Theater to Anchor $85M Towson Circle III Development

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced on January 27 that Cinemark Theatres has signed a lease to be the anchor tenant for Towson Circle III, an $85 million expansion of Towson Circle. Baltimore-based The Cordish Cos. is [...]…

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JBG Breaks Ground on Social Security Administration Facility

JBG Breaks Ground on Social Security Administration Facility

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Work started January 26 on the new twin-building Social Security Administration facility in Northwest Baltimore. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake attended the groundbreaking ceremonies together with City Council Member Rikki Spector; Robert A. Peck, Commissioner of Public Buildings [...]…

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Apartment Conversion Planned for Baltimore’s Tremont Plaza Hotel

Apartment Conversion Planned for Baltimore’s Tremont Plaza Hotel

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Responding to the growing demand for more apartments in downtown Baltimore, William C. Smith & Co. Inc. announced plans to convert the Tremont Plaza Hotel’s 390 luxury suites into apartments and long-term guest suites. Tenants will [...]…

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$1.1B Johns Hopkins Hospital Expansion to Open in April

$1.1B Johns Hopkins Hospital Expansion to Open in April

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Johns Hopkins Hospital will open its new $1.1 billion patient care building in April 2012. It is one of the nation’s largest hospital construction projects. Johns Hopkins officials say it will mark the beginning of “a new [...]…

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COPT Sells Baltimore County Assets for $48.7M

COPT Sells Baltimore County Assets for $48.7M

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Columbia-based Corporate Office Properties Trust announced that it sold two Baltimore County properties for $48.7 million as part of its Strategic Reallocation Plan. The properties are a 13-building portfolio in the Rutherford Business Center in Woodlawn [...]…

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Bozzuto Breaks Ground on $72M Mixed-Use Project in Fells Point

Bozzuto Breaks Ground on $72M Mixed-Use Project in Fells Point

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Bozzuto Group broke ground last Tuesday, December 13, on a $72 million residential and retail waterfront development located at the intersection of Thames and South Wolfe Streets. The Union Wharf project will bring 281 upscale [...]…

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Baltimore Arena, Hotel Development could Begin Before the Convention Center Expansion

Baltimore Arena, Hotel Development could Begin Before the Convention Center Expansion

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor At the Ballard Spahr LLP breakfast speaker event, Donald C. Fry, CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC), shared that the construction of a new 18,500-seat arena and a 500-room hotel in Baltimore’s downtown could begin [...]…

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The Arbors Apartments Open on White Marsh Boulevard

The Arbors Apartments Open on White Marsh Boulevard

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Earlier this month, The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads, the newest and most modern apartments in Eastern Baltimore County, officially opened on White Marsh Boulevard. Kevin Kamenetz, Baltimore County Executive, attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony along with principals [...]…

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$310M Casino May Come to Downtown Baltimore

$310M Casino May Come to Downtown Baltimore

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Caesars Entertainment has submitted plans for a $310 million, two-story casino with 3,750 slot machines to the Maryland State Commission. It would be Maryland’s second largest casino and would potentially generate tens of millions of dollars [...]…

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