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Saying “NO” to State Center is Saying “NO” to Baltimore


Our community could only watch as Governor Hogan slipped a last-minute agenda item into the final Board of Public Works’ meeting of 2016, pulling the plug on the State Center Redevelopment Project. With little explanation and no public comment, the State of Maryland flushed a project down the drain, taking a lot more down with it than most realize.

State Center Advocates Show Support for a Grocery Store Inside the Fifth Regiment Armory


Even if the entire State Center development project doesn’t move ahead as originally planned, some area residents say they would like to see one part of it, the historic Fifth Regiment Armory, be converted into a grocery store.

Developer Behind State Center Project Sues State Over Nixed Agreement

Photo via Google StreetView

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.

Hogan and Franchot Want Study to Bring ‘Major League’ Arena to State Center Site

Peter Franchot. Photo via the Comptroller’s Office.

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot has campaigned for school to start after Labor Day, and teamed up with Gov. Hogan on air conditioning in schools. The latest issue he is wading into is what should happen at the State Center site in Baltimore.

Md. Spending Board Votes to Scrap Stalled State Center Project

Photo via Google StreetView

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.