Multifamily news in Marketing - Baltimore

  • Teriyaki Madness Hits Maryland

    A new restaurant is coming to the state of Maryland.

  • Burger Restaurant Plants Flag in Towson

    Bobby Flay There’s a new burger joint in Towson! Bobby’s Burger Palace is now open at Towson Square and is bringing its specialty burgers, fries and milkshakes for all Greater Baltimore residents to enjoy. BBP features an array of burgers inspired by celebrity chef Bobby Flay. The restaurant chain opened its first

  • Q&A With BECO Management’s Levi Cohen

    The BECO Towers office complex in Owings Mills has so far this year been one of the Greater Baltimore office market’s success stories. Since this January, BECO Management, Inc. has leased more than 52,000 square feet of space at the 330,000-square-foot property, located just off of I-795, reducing the total vacancy by 50 percent.

  • Baltimore’s McHenry Row Mixed-Use Community Signs Two New Tenants

    The McHenry Row mixed-use community in Baltimore has just signed two more tenants. Two national companies have leased almost 16,000 square feet of space in the project that formerly housed the headquarters of Phillips Seafood Company.

  • Whole Foods to Expand in Baltimore’s Harbor East with New Flagship Store

    Whole Foods Market is expanding in downtown Baltimore. The supermarket chain recently announced it will relocate to 711 S. Central Avenue, where it will occupy almost 50,000 square feet of space, more than double the size of its current location.

  • Sephora Opens State-Of-The-Art Distribution Center in Harford County

    Sephora Americas has finally opened its state-of-the-art distribution center in Maryland. Company officials were present in Perryman, on September 19, together with officials from the state of Maryland to celebrate the ribbon cutting for the new facility, the largest distribution to serve Sephora Americas.

  • Towson City Center Almost Fully Leased as Opening Nears

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Towson Town Center is almost fully leased just weeks before opening. Cassidy Turley has been leasing the building on behalf of the owner Caves Valley Partners. On May 2, Cassidy Turley announced that only two floors of the 12-story building have not been leased. Located on York Road, in the heart [...]

  • East Baltimore Development Attracts Tenants

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor A $1.8 billion, 88-acre community revitalization project is going to transform a blighted section of East Baltimore into a world-class biotech park. It will be anchored by 1.1 million square feet of life sciences and technology [...]

  • Greater Baltimore’s Industrial Real Estate Market in High Gear

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor It has been a busy year for industrial sales and leasing in Greater Baltimore. Tenants took more than 600,000 square feet of flex or industrial space in the second quarter, bringing the region’s vacancy rate down [...]

  • Exelon and Constellation Looking at 17 Sites for New Baltimore HQs

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Exelon Corp. and Constellation Energy Group Inc. are looking at a list of 17 potential sites for Constellation’s new headquarters in downtown Baltimore. Constellation Energy Group Inc. agreed earlier this year to merge with Chicago’s Exelon Corp. [...]

  • Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to Get New Tenant; Phillips Seafood to Get New Home

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Phillips Seafood announced last week that it will open a 500-seat restaurant by early October at the Inner Harbor’s Power Plant, in space left vacant last summer by ESPN Zone. By September 30, the restaurant in [...]

  • Telford Aviation Moving to the Aberdeen Proving Ground

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Defense contractor Telford Aviation, Inc., a division of ACC Holding, Inc., has leased 11,160 feet of space at The Government and Technology Enterprise (The GATE), a state-of-the-art office and technology business park for lease to government [...]

  • $900 Million Project Promises to Reshape Downtown Baltimore

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Plans proposed last fall by The Greater Baltimore Committee are gaining traction and the $900-940 million project promises to reshape the city’s downtown. The Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, its attached parking lot and the 1979 wing [...]