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NAIOP President Jim Lighthizer warns developers of changing politics
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NAIOP President Jim Lighthizer warns developers of changing politics

The new head of an influential commercial real estate group says he plans to aggressively lobby suburban leaders and the General Assembly to...

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CapitolMac to close its three stores in region
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CapitolMac to close its three stores in region

CapitolMac will close its doors next month, becoming the latest Apple Inc. reseller to meet that unfortunate fate. Dheeraj Vasishta, the firm's...

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These Baltimore development projects are poised to get moving in 2020
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These Baltimore development projects are poised to get moving in 2020

The Penn Station redevelopment - long on talk and short on action - is finally moving forward. A $90 million commitment from Amtrak has been hailed...

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National butler service 'Alfred' is coming to Baltimore
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National butler service 'Alfred' is coming to Baltimore

A high-tech version of Alfred, the devoted butler from the Batman comics, is coming to Baltimore. Tenants at several luxury apartment developments...

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Year in Review: Baltimore's Harborplace fell into receivership in 2019
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Year in Review: Baltimore's Harborplace fell into receivership in 2019

After years of vacancies and declining revenue, Harborplace plunged into receivership this year. And the backstory is nothing less than a soap...

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'Overlook at Roland Park' project sent back to City Council for review
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'Overlook at Roland Park' project sent back to City Council for review

A ruling by a Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has derailed plans for a controversial 148-unit apartment development in Roland Park. The Overlook...

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Luxury apartment growth in Baltimore continued in 2019
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Luxury apartment growth in Baltimore continued in 2019

Baltimore's luxury residential boom continued last year as large, multi-family projects continued to open up downtown. Nearly 800 new units started...

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Hord Coplan Macht founder Ed Hord to retire after five-decade career
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Hord Coplan Macht founder Ed Hord to retire after five-decade career

Hord Coplan Macht co-founder Ed Hord is retiring at the end of the year after helping build a local architecture firm into a $78 million juggernaut...

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HBR: The truth about open offices
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HBR: The truth about open offices

People in open offices can create a what is known as a "fourth wall," and their colleagues come to respect it. If someone is working intently,...

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Affordable housing project planned for Barclay neighborhood
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Affordable housing project planned for Barclay neighborhood

A long-blighted block in the Barclay community could soon be transformed into a residential and retail hub. Plans for a 73-unit affordable housing...

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Here’s how Seawall is financing the $40M redevelopment of Lexington Market
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Here’s how Seawall is financing the $40M redevelopment of Lexington Market

Fourteen months after being picked to lead the revitalization of Baltimore's iconic, 237-year-old Lexington Market, Seawall Development is due to...

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A first look at renderings of Cordish's latest Texas development
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A first look at renderings of Cordish's latest Texas development

Baltimore-based The Cordish Cos. has unveiled renderings previewing its massive $810 million second phase of Texas Live!, a mixed-use development...

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Baltimore area's rent increases among the lowest in past decade
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Baltimore area's rent increases among the lowest in past decade

People in Greater Baltimore paid a lower rent than residents of most major U. S. cities over the past decade, and didn't see prices rise very...

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First Port Covington bond sale approved by Baltimore Finance Board
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First Port Covington bond sale approved by Baltimore Finance Board

Baltimore's finance board endorsed a $148 million tax increment financing bond sale for the massive Port Covington project on Wednesday. The panel...

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Real estate Leads as of December 13, 2019
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Real estate Leads as of December 13, 2019

Receive a custom Leads search with full date in your inbox. Find out what areas are developing rapidly to capitalize on growth opportunities for...

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Merritt Properties filling mini warehouses
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Merritt Properties filling mini warehouses

Merritt Properties is offering a new product in the ever-popular industrial market in Maryland: Mini-warehouse space. The Woodlawn-based company...

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Washington Place Equities plans 150-unit Wilmington apartment project
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Washington Place Equities plans 150-unit Wilmington apartment project

A new name is entering Wilmington, Delaware's building boom. Baltimore-based Washington Place Equities is planning to develop a 150-unit apartment...

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Year in Review 2019: Small retailers close, citing online competition like Amazon
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Year in Review 2019: Small retailers close, citing online competition like Amazon

The era of internet shopping claimed more retail victims in Baltimore this year. Consider the lineup of once-beloved and stable stores: Stebbins...

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Vehicles for Change buys Waverly garage
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Vehicles for Change buys Waverly garage

Vehicles for Change has gone all-in on Waverly and purchased the North Baltimore building that houses its auto repair and training center. With the...

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Ministry of Swing to leave prominent Hampden storefront for Remington
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Ministry of Swing to leave prominent Hampden storefront for Remington

Baltimore's Ministry of Swing will move from its prominent Hampden storefront to a Remington studio next month, following an occupancy adjustment...

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Cordish Cos. reveals $800M second phase of Texas Live! development
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Cordish Cos. reveals $800M second phase of Texas Live! development

The Baltimore-based developer behind Texas Live!, The Cordish Cos., has unveiled its ambitious plans for phase two of the Arlington mixed-use...

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Year in Review 2019: Our picks for the best 'Cool Digs' in Baltimore
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Year in Review 2019: Our picks for the best 'Cool Digs' in Baltimore

When we first created the BBJ's "Cool Digs" feature, it began as a way to show what the changing, modern workplace looks like. Today, it...

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Retail Assistant Store Manager at Sprint by iMobile
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Retail Assistant Store Manager at Sprint by iMobile

Retail Assistant Store Manager at Sprint by iMobile - Be passionate. Be confident. Have fun. It's time to do something you love, work with a...

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Amazon's first HQ2 construction approved by Arlington County
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Amazon's first HQ2 construction approved by Arlington County

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) just won approval for its first new construction in Arlington, earning the right to start work on a pair of massive...

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It's not too late to save Baltimore's Harborplace
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It's not too late to save Baltimore's Harborplace

The photo of a smiling Jim Rouse at the Pratt Street Pavilion - throngs of tourists in the background - is an unwelcome reminder of just how far...

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Grocer, brewery to open in old city slaughterhouse
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Grocer, brewery to open in old city slaughterhouse

A former South Baltimore slaughterhouse is set to find new life as a retail and office hub in 2021. The project, to be called Riverside after the...

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Harborplace's downfall in Baltimore driven by Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp., city leaders
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Harborplace's downfall in Baltimore driven by Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp., city leaders

Five Guys is one of the many tenants that have moved out of the Pratt Street Pavilion. In a small conference room at City Hall, 12 city leaders met...

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Harborplace's loan has had a long and winding journey
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Harborplace's loan has had a long and winding journey

In the seven years since Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. borrowed roughly $87 million to acquire Harborplace, the property's primary loan - a $76...

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Greenspring Realty Partners buys Gould Street Power Plant
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Greenspring Realty Partners buys Gould Street Power Plant

Greenspring Realty Partners has added the former Exelon Corp. power plant near Port Covington to its portfolio of waterfront property. The Timonium...

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Purple Line endangers affordable homes, coalition says
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Purple Line endangers affordable homes, coalition says

Montgomery and Prince George's counties need to take action now to preserve 17,000 affordable homes along the path of the Purple Line, according to...

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