Democratic state Sen. Jim Brochin is entering the race to replace Kevin Kamenetz as Baltimore County executive in 2018.
Sometimes turning in an application is a big deal, especially when it involves lots of money, jobs and tax breaks.
Caves Valley Partners is continuing to expand its presence in South Baltimore, with the developer recently announcing the acquisition of a 5.2-acre parcel on S. Hanover Street right next to the interstate in South Baltimore.
It looks like the renderings won’t turn into reality at the public market in Federal Hill. The developer who signed on to helm the overhaul of Cross Street Market pulled out of the deal on Wednesday.
The massive public financing deal for the Port Covington development project in South Baltimore moved one step closer to becoming law on Monday after a 12-0 preliminary vote of approval by the Baltimore City Council.
The Baltimore Business Journal is reporting that Patrick Turner, the Silo Point developer, is selling his Greenspring Valley house on Greenspring Avenue for $3.35 million. A source with ties to the couple told me that Turner and his wife are planning to move to St. Thomas.
The 6,000-square-foot house has a six-car garage, 5.5 bathrooms and five bedrooms on 5.25 wooded acres.
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