Greenberg Gibbons, developer of the Foundry Row shopping center in Owings Mills and The Shops at Kenilworth, has become a partner in the $350 million Towson Row mixed-use development started by Caves Valley Partners.
After nearly 20 years, Dru Schmidt-Perkins is stepping down as head of 1000 Friends of Maryland.
All-Star Design Team Selected to Study Expansion of Baltimore Convention Center, Replacement of Royal Farms Arena; Scope of State Center Study Increased
State officials have picked a team of top designers to study the possibility of expanding the Baltimore Convention Center and replacing Royal Farms Arena downtown, and have broadened the scope of a separate study regarding the future of State Center.
The City of Baltimore is seeking assistance from developers to rejuvenate two public properties: Lexington Market and the Avenue Market.
At an appearance at an elite club of business leaders in Baltimore on Wednesday, D.C. sports mogul Ted Leonsis said he’s excited by the notion of the three nearby major East Coast cities – Baltimore, Richmond and Washington, D.C. – merging to become a “super city.”
Are all the office tenants at State Center moving to Metro West?
Proposed Apartments Near Little Italy Gain 7 Stories, While Project Planned for North Roland Park Loses a Floor
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.
Nordstrom Rack is coming to Canton next year.
The development firm picked 10 years ago to renovate a sprawling, crumbling complex of state government offices near Bolton Hill is suing the State of Maryland over its a to void their agreement.