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OneMain Financial Signs 11-Year Lease at Legg Mason Tower

OneMain Financial Signs 11-Year Lease at Legg Mason Tower

OneMain Financial, the consumer lending arm of CitiGroup Inc., is moving closer to the water. The company has recently signed an 11-year lease at Legg Mason Tower and expects to move to the new location in the first quarter of 2015.…

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Johns Hopkins Completes Renovation of the Nelson/Harvey Building, Adds More Private Patient Rooms

Johns Hopkins Completes Renovation of the Nelson/Harvey Building, Adds More Private Patient Rooms

After almost two years of construction, the renovation of the Nelson/Harvey Building at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in East Baltimore is now finally complete. The hospital held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 15 and moved the first patients into the new rooms on October 21.…

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The Baltimore Region’s Housing Market is Still Rising

The Baltimore Region’s Housing Market is Still Rising

The Baltimore residential real estate market had a great month of September, according to the latest Market Minute reports from Long & Foster, one of the largest real estate companies in the Mid-Atlantic region. During this period, the number of homes sold increased in most of the area.…

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$5M Gift from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation to Help Revive Baltimore’s Parkway Theater

$5M Gift from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation to Help Revive Baltimore’s Parkway Theater

Baltimore’s long-closed Parkway Theatre is getting a new chance at life. Thanks to a $5 million gift from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, one of the world’s leading private international philanthropic organizations, Johns Hopkins University and its partners, the Maryland Institute College of Art and the Maryland Film Festival, will be…

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Armada Hoffler’s Tony Nero Talks About the 3200 St. Paul Development and Student Housing in Baltimore

Armada Hoffler’s Tony Nero Talks About the 3200 St. Paul Development and Student Housing in Baltimore

Johns Hopkins University has recently announced that Armada Hoffler Properties Inc. and Beatty Development Group LLC could start work on a mixed-use development in Baltimore’s Charles Village neighborhood by next April. The project has not yet been named and is only referred to as 3200 St. Paul. It calls for…

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Bozzuto, H&S Properties Development Announce Plans For $100M Apartment Tower In Baltimore’s Harbor East

Bozzuto, H&S Properties Development Announce Plans For $100M Apartment Tower In Baltimore’s Harbor East

Two developers plan to bring almost 300 new apartment units to Baltimore’s Harbor East. The Bozzuto Group and H&S Properties Development Corp. have now joined forces and are looking to add another high-rise to the city’s skyline.…

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New Mixed-Use Project To Break Ground Next Spring in Baltimore’s Charles Village Neighborhood

New Mixed-Use Project To Break Ground Next Spring in Baltimore’s Charles Village Neighborhood

Johns Hopkins University announced last week that work on its mixed-use development in Baltimore’s Charles Village neighborhood could start by next spring. It will feature market-rate student apartments, retail, restaurants and parking.…

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Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Earns LEED Gold Certification

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Earns LEED Gold Certification

Baltimore’s new Horseshoe Casino is now LEED Gold certified. The $442 million project is the first in Caesars Entertainment’s portfolio to achieve this level of certification. It is also one of only four casinos in the United States to be LEED certified.…

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Historic Hotels of America Recognizes The Lord Baltimore as The Country’s Best City Center Historic Hotel

Historic Hotels of America Recognizes The Lord Baltimore as The Country’s Best City Center Historic Hotel

The historic Lord Baltimore Hotel officially reopened this year, following a multi-million dollar restoration that brought the old property back to life. Rubell Hotels, a family-owned company known for renovating architecturally significant and historic hotels and turning them into affordable cultural hubs, carried out the project. Its efforts have recently…

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Federal Capital Partners Buys Halethorpe Distribution Facility For $11.5M

Federal Capital Partners Buys Halethorpe Distribution Facility For $11.5M

Federal Capital Partners has recently announced the acquisition of an industrial distribution facility in the Baltimore area. The Chevy Chase-based company paid $11.5 million for the property. It purchased it from Alliance Partners.…

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MCR Development Renovates Two More Baltimore Area Hotels

MCR Development Renovates Two More Baltimore Area Hotels

MCR Development LLC, one of the largest hotel owner-operators in the country, has recently finished extensive renovations of two more Baltimore area hotels. The upgrades to the two properties are part of the company’s strategy to drive RevPAR growth through its ongoing renovation program.…

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Chick-fil-A, CVS/pharmacy and Nalley Fresh Coming to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Chick-fil-A, CVS/pharmacy and Nalley Fresh Coming to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Three new retailers are coming to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. CVS/pharmacy, Chick-fil-A and Nalley Fresh have recently signed leases at 400 East Pratt Street, bringing the retail portion of the project to full occupancy.…

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