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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 treated at Johns Hopkins, who died in 2003, at the age of 62.
MBA to Promote Fratantoni to Chief Economist
David H. Stevens, president and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) announced that Michael Fratantoni, currently MBA’s vice president, single family research and policy development, will be appointed chief economist and senior vice president, research and industry technology, reporting directly to Stevens.
Jefferson Apartment Group Starts Construction on 304-unit Apartment Community in Baltimore
The Jefferson Apartment Group broke ground last week on the Jefferson Square at Washington Hill, a mixed-use development that includes luxury residences and retail space. It is the company’s first major residential project in the Baltimore region and the second in the area. Jefferson Square at Washington Hill is located just outside the gates of the Johns Hopkins medical campus, between N. Wolfe Street and N. Washington Street on E. Fayette Street. The five story mixed-use development will bring 304 residential units to the area, as well as 21,000 square feet of retail. The project will also include two private courtyards, a 405-space parking structure constructed to connect each level of the building to parking and several green building features.
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