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Terreno Realty Corporation Buys Annapolis Junction Industrial Property for $13.8M

Terreno Realty Corporation Buys Annapolis Junction Industrial Property for $13.8M

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Terreno Realty Corporation is expanding its Mid-Atlantic portfolio. On Monday, November 17, the San Francisco-based company purchased an industrial property located in Annapolis Junction. The price of the transaction was approximately $13.8 million. The property is located on 6.3 acres of land, at 9020 Junction…

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Ronald McDonald House Charities Of Baltimore To Move To A Larger Location, In Jonestown

Ronald McDonald House Charities Of Baltimore To Move To A Larger Location, In Jonestown

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore is moving to the Jonestown neighborhood. The non-profit corporation recently announced its plan to relocate to a new, larger building, to be constructed at 1200 E. Baltimore Street.…

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W. R. Grace & Co. Opens New, LEED Silver Certified Headquarters in Columbia

W. R. Grace & Co. Opens New, LEED Silver Certified Headquarters in Columbia

On October 30, W. R. Grace & Co. celebrated the opening of its new global headquarters building. The new facility is the centerpiece of the Maryland–based chemical conglomerate’s 160-acre campus in Columbia.…

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Chesapeake Plywood Buys Warehouse in Baltimore’s Orangeville Industrial Area for $3M

Chesapeake Plywood Buys Warehouse in Baltimore’s Orangeville Industrial Area for $3M

A warehouse in Baltimore City’s Orangeville Industrial Area has recently changed hands. Chesapeake Plywood paid $3 million to purchase the property at 3400 E. Biddle Street from Miller Investments. Alan Coppola of NAI KLNB represented the buyer, while Justin Mohler of CBRE represented the seller.…

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Fore Property Co. Plans 727-Unit Apartment Community in Lutherville-Timonium

Fore Property Co. Plans 727-Unit Apartment Community in Lutherville-Timonium

In its 2014 Apartment Market Report for the Baltimore area, Marcus & Millichap said operations in the region will continue to strengthen and vacancies will drop to 4.5 percent by the end of the year. Anticipating the growing demand, numerous developers have started work on several large apartment project. One…

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3,100-Acre Sparrows Point Site Could Become One of the Largest Ports on the East Coast

3,100-Acre Sparrows Point Site Could Become One of the Largest Ports on the East Coast

The 3,100-acre Sparrows Point site may not look like much now, but, in the not too distant future, it could become one of the largest ports on the East Coast. At least that what its new owners, Sparrows Point Terminal, and other state and local officials have planned for it.…

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Whole Foods Market to Anchor $350M Towson Row Development

Whole Foods Market to Anchor $350M Towson Row Development

Whole Foods Market is coming to Baltimore county. The natural foods and organic grocer will open a new location at the Towson Row mixed-use development to be built at the southern gateway to downtown Towson. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, Whole Foods Market and Caves Valley Partners made the announcement…

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First Potomac Sells Baltimore Area Office Properties to CSG Partners for $13M

First Potomac Sells Baltimore Area Office Properties to CSG Partners for $13M

CSG Partners LLC is expanding its office portfolio. The Baltimore-based company has recently acquired a 180,000-square-foot business park in Owings Mills.…

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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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