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The Ups and Downs of Baltimore’s Superblock

The Ups and Downs of Baltimore’s Superblock

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Baltimore’s spending board has approved a six-month extension for Lexington Square Partners LLC to buy the site of Baltimore’s “superblock.” This exclusive negotiation deal with the city was first extended last December and was supposed to [...]…

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Brewers Hill Mixed-Use Project is Eligible for Maryland Green Building Tax Credit Program

Brewers Hill Mixed-Use Project is Eligible for Maryland Green Building Tax Credit Program

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Construction continues in Baltimore with a $120 million multi-stage project meant to redevelop one of the city’s most significant historic brewery complexes, the former National Brewery, which was home to the Gunther,  Schaefer and Hamms Labels. Obrecht [...]…

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$900 Million Project Promises to Reshape Downtown Baltimore

$900 Million Project Promises to Reshape Downtown Baltimore

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Plans proposed last fall by The Greater Baltimore Committee are gaining traction and the $900-940 million project promises to reshape the city’s downtown. The Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, its attached parking lot and the 1979 wing [...]…

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