Tag: urban development

Old Navy in Old Canton? Where Do You Stand?



Canton Crossing will later this year house a Target and a Harris Teeter among other well known chain-y stores and restaurants. Mainstream retailers Ulta, Old Navy, Michael’s, Loft, Red Robin (and many more) are on the long list, according to The Baltimore Sun. The construction has already begun between Baylis and South Haven Street. White Marsh and other malls in the area will have a run for their money considering the stores opening in Canton are often shopping-mall residents.

City Council Approves $35M Deal for Under Armour Campus


Courtesy Citybizlist – The Baltimore City Council voted unanimously to approve a deal to sell up to $35 million in bonds to help finance construction projects around Under Armour’s headquarters, according to the Baltimore Sun.

What Will Happen to Uplands, Baltimore?


It used to be you couldn’t walk through Uplands — my high school was right near it and driving there we’d have to arc around the whole complex, it was just too dangerous. Since their abandonment in the late 90’s and before the massive renovation began in ’09, the 100-some acre west-Baltimore property between Edmonson Village and Irvington was the largest vacant area in the entire city, with close to 1,000 units, empty except for squatters and trash. When they finally started knocking the buildings down, surrounding neighborhoods started worrying about all the rats that would have to find new areas to infest.