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New Key’s Pointe Residences Open in Baltimore, Part of O’Donnell Heights Revitalization

New Key’s Pointe Residences Open in Baltimore, Part of O’Donnell Heights Revitalization

At the start of the month, the city of Baltimore celebrated the opening of the newly constructed Key's Pointe Residences, the first phase of the O'Donnell Heights Revitalization project. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was present at the ribbon-cutting ceremony together with Paul T. Graziano, Executive Director of the Housing Authority of…

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Enterprise OpensThe Greens at English Consul Affordable Apartments For Seniors

Enterprise OpensThe Greens at English Consul Affordable Apartments For Seniors

Enterprise Homes celebrated last Tuesday, June 3, the grand opening of its latest senior community in Baltimore County. Called The Greens at English Consul, it is the first new construction in the Lansdowne/Baltimore Highlands neighborhood in almost 20 years.…

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Former Department Store Warehouse In Mount Vernon Gets New Life As Luxury Apartments

Former Department Store Warehouse In Mount Vernon Gets New Life As Luxury Apartments

A new, luxury, green apartment community is coming to downtown Baltimore. Time Group Investments has turned the former main warehouse of the Hochschild Kohn department store chain into 171 luxury apartments and is now getting ready to receive tenants.…

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Large South Baltimore Multifamily Portfolio on The Market

Large South Baltimore Multifamily Portfolio on The Market

Another large Baltimore-area multifamily portfolio is on the market. The 132-unit Curtis Bay Village, located off Route 173 in Curtis Bay, is looking for new owners.…

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Johns Hopkins to Build Cancer Center in Baltimore with $65 Million Gift

Johns Hopkins to Build Cancer Center in Baltimore with $65 Million Gift

Johns Hopkins has announced on May 6 its plans to build a new cancer treatment building in Baltimore. The facility will be constructed with the help of a $65 million gift. It will be named after the late Albert P. “Skip” Viragh, Jr., a philanthropist and a former cancer patient…

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Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport Completes Renovation

Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport Completes Renovation

The Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport announced last week the completion of a number of significant upgrades. They helped improve the hotel’s ranking and elevated it into the top five of its competitive set, according to reviewers on one of the top guest-rated websites.…

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Atlantic Realty Buys Baltimore’s Alameda Marketplace for $11.3M

Atlantic Realty Buys Baltimore’s Alameda Marketplace for $11.3M

A Baltimore City urban shopping center has recently changed hands. The Alameda Marketplace was acquired recently by Atlantic Realty Companies, for $11,305,000. Continental Realty Corporation was the seller.…

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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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