The group that proposed to build a $1 million slaughterhouse in Westport has withdrawn its request to appear before the city’s zoning board to obtain permission for the project.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s development firm appears to be trying to make good on its promise to give back to Baltimore while transforming Port Covington. Sagamore Development shared today that it has partnered with several other companies and organizations in Baltimore on a workforce training program for city residents based out of The Foundery in Port Covington.
Earlier this year, Johns Hopkins University historian N.D.B. Connolly worked with researchers from a handful of schools to assemble an online map archive showing evidence of government-abetted redlining. A writer for National Geographic took notice, including it in his list of the top maps produced this year.
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.
The Maryland Board of Public Works voted today to hit the restart button on the massive State Center overhaul project that has been more than a decade in the making, though a lawyer representing the developer said that’s not going to happen without a fight.
Demolition was one of the recurring themes of Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s term as Baltimore’s mayor, and it’s starting out to be a theme for Mayor Catherine Pugh as well.
A piece of Baltimore history went on the market yesterday as the Baltimore Development Corporation issued a request for proposals from developers interested in buying and preserving the ornate front façade of the former Mayfair Theatre.
Baltimore officials have been exploring options to redevelop the city’s public markets. On Friday, they floated a plan to start over entirely at the largest market.