Ed Gunts’ Urban Landscape column featuring development in Lauraville’s arts district was our top-read story on the site this week. In addition to other news in Baltimore-area real estate and design, his Monday story covers a pair of construction projects on Harford Road in the neighborhood that will house apartments, studios and work spaces for area creatives.
Here were our other most popular posts from Nov. 5-11.
Ed Gunts – Former Pratt Library in Federal Hill to Become An Events Space — Friday, Nov. 4
Marion Winik – Hillary Clinton v. Donald Trump: What’s the Difference? – Wednesday, Nov. 2
Cynthia McIntyre – Elegant Roland Avenue Manse, Former Roland Park Country School, Asks $1.295M — Tuesday, Nov. 8
Ed Gunts – Baltimore Tops the List of America’s ‘Least Attractive Cities’ – Tuesday, Nov. 8
Elizabeth Heubeck – Parks & People Foundation CEO Lisa Millspaugh Schroeder Plans to Transform Baltimore One Park at a Time — Monday, Nov. 7
Ed Gunts – Maryland Receives $7.5 Million Federal Grant to Build a New MARC Station at Camden Yards — Wednesday, Nov. 9
Ethan McLeod – Sagamore Unveils the Redesigned Water Taxi — Monday, Nov. 7
Ethan McLeod – Marilyn Mosby Tweets, Then Deletes Pic from Ballot Box — Tuesday, Nov. 8
Ethan McLeod – University of Baltimore Student Fatally Beaten in Toronto — Monday, Nov. 7
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- For its 23rd anniversary, Heavy Seas is releasing an extra, extra strong triple IPA - November 13, 2018
- Tuesday Morning Headlines: Protesters call for change outside Catholic bishops’ meeting downtown; Merchants of Ellicott City await Ball’s plan for flood-prone Main Street; and more - November 13, 2018