Real Estate & Home

Evergreen Advisors reverses course on plan to move to Port Covington, commits to 10 years in Downtown Columbia

Evergreen Advisors founder and CEO Rick Kohr at Thursday’s press conference. Photo via Facebook Live.

Evergreen Advisors has signed a 10-year lease with the Howard Hughes Corporation for office space in Downtown Columbia, reversing plans to move their headquarters to Baltimore. 

Hot House: Historic Lutherville farmhouse is the real deal


206 W. Seminary Avenue, Lutherville.

Hot House: The real deal farmhouse in Lutherville. Cedar shake siding; enclosed
sunporch; 4 beds/3 baths; 2200 square feet. Asking price: $574,900.

Hot House: Colonial Revival in Guilford boasts timeless beauty


3900 Greenway, Baltimore, MD 21218.

Hot House: Classic Colonial Revival in Guilford. 7 bedrooms/5 bathrooms. 6,589 square feet. Asking price: $788,000.

What: There is a reason that Colonial Revival houses are so popular – their classic design never looks dated. They can be 100 years old, as this one is, or newly built, and with their symmetrical, four-square design, they always look great, and can be customized to any period of design.

Alertus Technologies to bring 220 jobs to Baltimore with relocation to Downtown’s ticker building

10 N. Charles Street. Designed by Ziger/Snead. Photo by Baltimore Heritage/Flickr.

Alertus Technologies plans to bring 220 jobs to Baltimore when the company completes its relocation to Downtown Baltimore’s “ticker” building this year. 

Baltimore’s Hottest Houses of 2021


As most people know, the housing market this past year was crazy! There were times when I wrote the Hot House article on Monday, and by the time I submitted it on Tuesday, the sale would be pending, so I’d have to start over with a new house.

All of the real estate agents I know were super busy from about March through August, when things began to slow down. The sweet spot for home prices was between $350,000 and $650,000. The most expensive house I featured was Charlcote House for $4.99 million (now $4.25 mil) and the least expensive was the green mid-century modern house at $239k, which sold within a week for $259k.

Hopkins alters graduation ceremonies to accommodate Baltimore arena renovations

A rendering of the proposed exterior renovations to the Baltimore Arena.

The Johns Hopkins University spring graduation ceremony is being moved because of pending renovations to the Royal Farms Arena, a $150 million project that will  proceed on an aggressive schedule in the coming year.

Hot House: Roland Park corner home on the market after three generations of owners


1 St. John’s Rd., Baltimore.

Hot House: Owned by three generations of the same family on a large corner lot; 5 bedrooms/5 bathrooms. 4,680 square feet. Asking price: $649,000.

Hot House: Gardens of Guilford condo offers taste of Tuscany and lots of light


230 Stony Run Lane, Unit 3D, Baltimore, MD 21210

Hot House: The Gardens of Guilford, a tiny slice of Tuscany; 2 beds/2 baths; 1920 square feet; Asking price: $349,000.