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Two More Baltimore Office Towers Go Up For Sale

Two More Baltimore Office Towers Go Up For Sale

Two fast-leasing Baltimore office towers are going up for sale. Both are located in the city’s downtown and both are more than 90% occupied.…

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Reliable Churchill Moves to New Baltimore County HQ, Brings 500 Jobs

Reliable Churchill Moves to New Baltimore County HQ, Brings 500 Jobs

Baltimore County is celebrating a huge win. Reliable Churchill, LLLP, the largest wine and spirits distributorship in the state of Maryland, has relocated its headquarters and more than 500 of its employees to a new office-warehouse complex in the Baltimore Crossroads business community, in White Marsh/Middle River.…

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$442M Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Finally Open, Brings 1,700 Jobs

$442M Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Finally Open, Brings 1,700 Jobs

Baltimore is finally on the list of U.S. casino cities. Last week, on August 26, the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore officially opened on the city's south side. More than 15,000 guests attended the grand opening ceremony. Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake were among the celebrities present at the…

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MCR Development Completes Renovation of the Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown Convention Center

MCR Development Completes Renovation of the Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown Convention Center

MCR Development LLC is celebrating again the successful renovation of a hotel in Baltimore. A few weeks ago, the hotel owner and operator said it finished work on the 131-room Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh. Now, New York-based MCR Development announced it has successfully completed a full renovation of the…

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Delancey Street Capital Buys Baltimore’s Sail Cloth Factory Apartments for $12.9M

Delancey Street Capital Buys Baltimore’s Sail Cloth Factory Apartments for $12.9M

Delancey Street Capital LLC continues its expansion in the Baltimore area. The Philadelphia-based company has recently made its fourth acquisition in the region.…

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MCR Development Completes Major Renovations at the Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh

MCR Development Completes Major Renovations at the Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh

MCR Development LLC, one of the twenty largest hotel owner-operators in the United States, has recently announced it has completed the renovation of the Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh. The New York-based company did not announce how much it has invested in the project.…

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COPT Sells Eight White Marsh Properties for $28.75M

COPT Sells Eight White Marsh Properties for $28.75M

Corporate Office Properties Trust announced last week it has completed the sale of eight commercial properties in the Greater Baltimore submarket of White Marsh. The properties were sold in three separate transactions for a total of $28.75 million. According to COPT, the transactions generated net proceeds of $28.0 million.…

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More Industrial Properties Change Hands in the Greater Baltimore Area

More Industrial Properties Change Hands in the Greater Baltimore Area

The hot Baltimore industrial market continues to attract more and more investors and it seems that hardly a week can go by without at least one important transaction in the metro area.…

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$25M ShopRite Supermarket Opens in Baltimore’s Howard Park Neighborhood, Brings 250 New Jobs

$25M ShopRite Supermarket Opens in Baltimore’s Howard Park Neighborhood, Brings 250 New Jobs

A new supermarket is now open in Baltimore. ShopRite of Howard Park is the largest grocery store in the city and the first to be constructed in the Howard Park area since 1999. It is also the first supermarket opened by Klein's Family Markets in Baltimore City.…

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$170M State of Maryland Public Health Laboratory Now Open in Baltimore’s Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins

$170M State of Maryland Public Health Laboratory Now Open in Baltimore’s Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins

Baltimore’s $170 million State of Maryland Public Health Laboratory is finally open. Governor Martin O’Malley, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and many other federal, state and local officials were present on July 22, at the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins in East Baltimore, to cut the ceremonial ribbon for…

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Developers Break Ground on the Little Patuxent Square Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Columbia

Developers Break Ground on the Little Patuxent Square Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Columbia

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman was present in Columbia on Tuesday, July 29, to help break ground on a new, major commercial and residential development. Called Little Patuxent Square, the project represents the first new commercial building constructed in the city’s downtown since 2001.…

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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Opens Baltimore’s First New Recreation Center Built in the Last 10 Years

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Opens Baltimore’s First New Recreation Center Built in the Last 10 Years

A new recreation center has opened in Baltimore this week. Called the Morrell Park Community Center, it is the first new recreation center built in the city in the last 10 years.…

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