Real Estate & Home

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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. 

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