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Ex-Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Joins Airbnb as a Paid Adviser

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After twice pushing for higher taxes and tighter rules for Airbnb rentals in Baltimore, former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has accepted a paid gig with the company on an advisory board comprised of former city mayors.

Historic Oakland’s 2017 Weddings & Events Showcase

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Our annual Weddings & Events Showcase is a great opportunity to tour Historic Oakland and meet some of Maryland’s finest event professionals who can help create the celebration of your dreams!

Hotel Brexton, Inn at the Colonnade, Court Square Building Among Portfolio of Properties for Sale

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The Hotel Brexton, photo by James Russiello

Ten prominent buildings, mostly in downtown Baltimore, have just come on the market due to the pending retirement of their owner, Richard Naing of RWN Development Group.

Two High-End Magazines Tout Baltimore’s Luxury Appeal

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The view from a room in the Four Seasons in Harbor East.

For all its low-key charm and rough edges, Baltimore also has some swanky attractions, and the folks over at two high-end publications want the world to know it.

Poe-Themed Hotel Opening in Downtown Baltimore

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Photo via Wikipedia

Baltimore has an Edgar Allan Poe-themed football team, restaurant and beer. And don’t forget the mysterious orator who pops up with some cognac every now and again. Next up to pay tribute to the author is a downtown hotel.

Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Fells Point Aiming to Open Within Four Months

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A view from the hotel, Courtesy Pendry Hotels
A view from the hotel, Courtesy Pendry Hotels

If you’ve been out walking in Fells Point lately, you have undoubtedly seen a clean, three-story brick hotel taking shape on the site of the historic Recreation Pier. The construction, coupled with the ongoing utility work on nearby roads, makes it hard to miss.

Airbnb Hotel Tax Bill Died in City Council Committee on Tuesday

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Courtesy Airbnb.com
Courtesy Airbnb.com

Baltimore City Council members have declined to consider a bill that would have levied a 9.5 percent tax on the more than 300 Airbnb rentals in the city.

USA Today Characterizes Baltimore as “Sexy” (That’s Gotta be a First)

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Sexy Baltimore’s Four Seasons Infinity Pool

USA Today has a slide show on its website of the Four Seasons and credits the Harbor East hotel as giving Baltimore a new sexy image.

“The opening of the Four Seasons Baltimore hotel in the upscale Harbor East neighborhood gives gritty Baltimore a refreshingly sexy, new look,” the story reads.

The slide show is accompanied by a story on the Four Seasons’ entry into the Baltimore market, including an interview with developer Michael Beatty.

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