Our most widely read story this week was Ed Gunts’ Monday real estate column, which led with the Ulman Cancer Fund’s plans to connect six East Baltimore row houses and turn them into lodging for young adult cancer patients. At present, crews are renovating the six vacant homes in the 2100 block of E. Madison Street in the EBDI Area. If all goes well with construction, by fall 2017 they’ll become the The UCF House, described as a “home away from home” for cancer patients ages 15 to 39. The planned facility will contain eight family suites, communal and dining spaces, a fitness area, a relaxation space, a library, a backyard and a roof deck.

Here were Baltimore Fishbowl’s other most popular stories from last Saturday through today:

Ethan McLeod — Baltimore Clayworks Plans to Sell One or Both of its Buildings in Mount Washington – Monday, Feb. 6

Stephen Babcock — Developer Pulls Out of Cross Street Market Revitalization Deal – Wednesday, Feb. 8

Cynthia McIntyre — Handsome Stone Colonial With Heated Pool in The Orchards Asks $1.05M – Tuesday, Feb. 7

Ed Gunts — State Center Advocates Show Support for a Grocery Store Inside the Fifth Regiment Armory – Wednesday, Feb. 8

Stephen Babcock — Baltimore Weddings are Some of the Most Expensive in the Country – Monday, Feb. 6

Ethan McLeod — Kevin Plank: ‘Wall Street Can Count on Us,’ President Trump ‘A Real Asset’ for U.S. – Wednesday, Feb. 8

Ed Gunts — John Waters on Donald Trump: ‘We Have a Hair Hopper President Now and We Have to Get Used to it‘ – Friday, Feb. 10

Ethan McLeod — David Simon, Tech Activists Organize Rally Against Trump’s Immigration Policies – Wednesday, Feb. 8

Stephen Babcock — Republican State Senators Walk Out Over Proposal That Would Let Maryland Sue Trump – Thursday, Feb. 9

Ethan McLeod is a freelance reporter in Baltimore. He previously worked as an editor for the Baltimore Business Journal and Baltimore Fishbowl. His work has appeared in Bloomberg CityLab, Next City and...