University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and Wexford Science & Technology, LLC announced today that 4MLK, the newest development project in the University of Maryland BioPark, is slated to move forward with the groundbreaking in October. Delivery is slated for Summer 2024.
Hot House: Williamsburg-style brick house in Cockeysville distinguishes itself with classic, casual look
714 Western Run Road, Cockeysville
Hot House: Williamsburg-style brick house on 10 acres in the Western Run Valley. 6 beds/7 baths. 5,278 square feet. Asking price: $1,950,000
Urban Landscape: Sandlot closes Sept. 25; Lady in the Lake looking for extras; Mark Sapperstein honored; Made in Baltimore throws a party; Hord Coplan Macht expands
Sandlot, the seasonal bar that brings the beach to Baltimore, will serve its last cocktails in less than two weeks.
A spokesman for the 27-acre Harbor Point community said Sandlot will close for the season after the weekend of Sept. 24 and 25.
Another downtown landmark that became dormant during the COVID-19 pandemic is coming back to life.
The Grand Baltimore, an ornate wedding and catered-events facility at 225 N. Charles St., will have a grand reopening on Sept. 22 at 4 p.m. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be followed by networking and cocktails with members of the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce.
3703 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218.
Hot House: Classic Georgian in Guilford. 6 beds/5 baths. 5,093 square feet. Asking price: $1,648,000.
Urban Landscape: Baltimore’s first heavy timber office building rises in Canton; TouchPoint Empowerment Center advances; Patagonia opening in Harbor East; Goats return to Wyman Park Dell
At first glance, the construction site along Boston Street may look like others in Canton or elsewhere in the city – crane in the sky, columns and beams rising from the ground.
But there’s one trait that sets it apart from others in Baltimore: the method of construction.
The four-story structure is the first office building in Baltimore to be constructed primarily of heavy timber, rather than steel or concrete.
Efforts in bringing new life to the Woodlawn area are advancing as Baltimore County plans to purchase the former Sears property at Security Square Mall.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. announced a $10 million deal with property owner TF Baltimore MD LLC, that will give the county ownership of 18 acres of land and the 202,653 square-foot anchored facility.
At groundbreaking, Madison Park North hailed as a $100M investment to create ‘a new gateway for West Baltimore’
The Madison Park North housing and commercial development represents a $100 million investment that will provide “a new gateway for West Baltimore,” according to civic leaders who gathered Thursday to break ground for the project.
Mayor Brandon Scott and developer P. David Bramble led an event that marked the official start of construction on an eight-acre site along North Avenue, between Bolton Hill and Reservoir Hill.
502 Somerset Road, Baltimore, MD 21210.
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