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Armada Hoffler To Construct a 20-Story, Mixed-Use Tower in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Armada Hoffler To Construct a 20-Story, Mixed-Use Tower in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

In a couple of years, Baltimore’s waterfront will be home to a new, mixed-use tower. After a two-year pre-development effort, Harbor Point developer Beatty Development Group, LLC has selected Armada Hoffler Construction Company, a division of Virginia Beach-based Armada Hoffler Properties, for the construction of the tower. The construction contract…

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Greater Baltimore Multi-Housing Developments Receive Funding

Greater Baltimore Multi-Housing Developments Receive Funding

Two Greater Baltimore residential projects have secured financing last week, and are both now one step closer to completion. Located in downtown Baltimore and in Odenton, the two projects total more than 420 units.…

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Developers Plan 700 New Apartments in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Developers Plan 700 New Apartments in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

More apartments are coming to Baltimore. The two newest projects were announced at the start of April. Together, they will bring about 700 units to the city’s Inner Harbor area.…

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KEYW Leases Space in a New Building to Be Developed by COPT in Hanover

KEYW Leases Space in a New Building to Be Developed by COPT in Hanover

At the end of 2013, the Baltimore Sun named the KEYW Corporation one of Baltimore’s Top 100 Workplaces. Since then, the cyber security services provider has continued to grow and, recently, has announced its plans to expand.…

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Rubell Hotels Reopens Historic Lord Baltimore Hotel, Following Multi-million Dollar Restoration

Rubell Hotels Reopens Historic Lord Baltimore Hotel, Following Multi-million Dollar Restoration

The Lord Baltimore Hotel officially reopened on Thursday, March 27, following a restoration project that brought the old building back to life. Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore City Councilman William Cole and other dignitaries attended the ribbon cutting ceremony.…

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Baltimore’s 1901 South Charles Wins USGBC Wintergreen Award

Baltimore’s 1901 South Charles Wins USGBC Wintergreen Award

Owings Mills-based Chesapeake Realty Partners has seen its efforts to create an environmentally friendly building recognized. The 1901 South Charles apartments, one of Chesapeake’s newest apartment communities, has been awarded the United States Green Building Council Maryland 2013 Wintergreen Award for Excellence in Green Building.…

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Woody Harrelson Buys Baltimore’s Inn at the Black Olive

Woody Harrelson Buys Baltimore’s Inn at the Black Olive

Woody Harrelson – Emmy Award winner and Oscar nominee. You may know him for his work in ”Cheers”, ”White Men Can't Jump”, ”Natural Born Killers”, ”The People vs. Larry Flynt”, ”No Country for Old Men”, ”Now You See Me” or ”The Hunger Games”. You may also know him as an…

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Office Tower In Baltimore’s CBD Is Now For Sale

Office Tower In Baltimore’s CBD Is Now For Sale

A Baltimore skyscraper located right in the heart of the city’s Central Business District is looking for new owners. The 22-story building at 2 Hopkins Plaza is up for sale. Transwestern is marketing the Class B office tower together with the 3-story pavilion building at 10 Hopkins Plaza.…

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Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard to Finally Break Ground This Year on $140M Foundry Row Project in Owings Mills

Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard to Finally Break Ground This Year on $140M Foundry Row Project in Owings Mills

In 2012, Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard Commercial Property Development announced their plans to start work on the $140 million Foundry Row development in Owings Mills. They immediately encountered opposition from neighboring developers, also working on important projects in the area. And, after years of fighting, they finally won.…

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Modus Hotels Relaunches Brookshire Suites in Baltimore

Modus Hotels Relaunches Brookshire Suites in Baltimore

At the end of 2012, Modus Hotels announced the purchase of the Brookshire Suites in Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor. The Washington, D.C.-based full service hotel development and management company paid $7.85 million for the property, according to PropertyShark. In the weeks that followed the announcement, it started work on a…

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Arundel Village Plaza Shopping Center Sold for $6.5M

Arundel Village Plaza Shopping Center Sold for $6.5M

An Anne Arundel county shopping center changed hands last week. BTR Capital Group sold the Arundel Village Plaza Shopping Center to Oak Tree Management for $6.5 million. The Greysteel Company, a real estate investment services firm based in Washington D.C., served as exclusive advisor and agent.…

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Resmark and Timberlake Homes Constructing Creekstone Village Townhome Community in Anne Arundel County

Resmark and Timberlake Homes Constructing Creekstone Village Townhome Community in Anne Arundel County

A new, single-family townhome community is coming to Anne Arundel County. Resmark Land and Housing, a division of The Los Angeles-based Resmark Companies, and Timberlake Homes announced at the end of January that construction is underway on Creekstone Village in Pasadena. The project is expected to be completed in 36…

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