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Open House Tomorrow-Riverwatch Apartments in Elkridge with Beautiful Patapsco River Views!

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Open House

Saturday, April 8th 10AM- 2PM

3 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartments  Starting at $1750!

If you’re in the rental market make sure to visit the Riverwatch Open House.  Centrally located in Maryland along the beautiful Patapsco River, RiverWatch Apartments will provide modern apartments for rent with easy access to Columbia, Baltimore, D.C. and Annapolis.

Brand New 3 Bedroom Rental Townhomes in Elkridge with Beautiful Patapsco River Views – Open House Saturday!

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Open House

Saturday, April 8th 10AM- 2PM

3 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartments  Starting at $1750!

If you’re in the rental market make sure to visit the Riverwatch Open House.  Centrally located in Maryland along the beautiful Patapsco River, RiverWatch Apartments will provide modern apartments for rent with easy access to Columbia, Baltimore, D.C. and Annapolis.

Brand New 3 Bedroom Rental Townhomes in Elkridge with Attached Garages and Beautiful Patapsco River Views!

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Open House

Saturday, April 8th 10AM- 2PM

3 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartments  Starting at $1750!

If you’re in the rental market make sure to visit the Riverwatch Open House.  Centrally located in Maryland along the beautiful Patapsco River, RiverWatch Apartments will provide modern apartments for rent with easy access to Columbia, Baltimore, D.C. and Annapolis.

Woody Harrelson’s Inn at the Black Olive has Closed, Will be Converted to Apartments

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Image via Google Street View

If you haven’t stayed at Woody Harrelson’s eco-friendly Inn at the Black Olive near Fells Point, you may be out of luck. But you still might be able to live there.

Proposed Apartments Near Little Italy Gain 7 Stories, While Project Planned for North Roland Park Loses a Floor

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Rendering of a planned apartment building near Little Italy, via AvalonBay Communities

A luxury apartment building planned for a site near Little Italy and Harbor East has grown by seven stories and gained a co-developer. In North Roland Park, meanwhile, a proposed apartment complex has lost a level.

Trump Son-In-Law Jared Kushner Invested Heavily in Baltimore’s Apartment Market

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Jared Kushner (third from left) at a meeting between Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is part of a group that invested in 5,500 residential units in and around Baltimore years ago, according to Multifamily Executive magazine.

Apartments, Commercial Space Eyed for Former Walbrook Lumber Property on North Avenue

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Before there was Lowe’s, Home Depot or Hechinger’s, Walbrook Mill & Lumber Company was the place where many Baltimoreans went to get windows repaired and buy supplies to renovate their homes.

Growing Movement Choosing “Renting Over Buying” to Suit Lifestyle

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Couple leases two separate units at Symphony Center Apartments in Baltimore

 Retired couple Benjamin and Mary Beth Glover have lived in virtually every corner of the United States until deciding several years ago to construct a retirement home in a suburb of San Antonio. An unfortunate downturn in the Texas residential housing market, which caused tremendous financial stress, forced them to scrap these plans and re-focus on options available in the Baltimore market. The Glover’s are now part of a growing “renters by choice” movement which provides them with the flexibility, available capital and preferred home style to meet their lifestyle.

New Road Brings Everything in Owings Mills Closer Together

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Last week, in Owings Mills they cut the ribbon to celebrate the completion of a new road that connects Metro Centre at Owings Mills to Owings Mills Mall, the Owings Mills Town Center and the larger northwest Baltimore County community. Sure, it’s just one road, but this simple connection will bridge all of our favorite Owings Mills destinations, while doing away with so much congestion that can be frustrating to deal with when you’re out for a fun day of shopping, or on your way to a movie. Of course, it also makes the new residential side of Metro Centre all the more appealing too– not that it really needed it. The folks in charge of development have been working long and hard on  what they call, “creating a sense of place” in Owings Mills. And that is exactly what they’ve done.

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