Top Stories This Week: Lauraville’s Emerging Arts District, Former Pratt Library Repurposed, Roland Avenue Mansion for Sale

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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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Ethan has been editing and reporting for Baltimore Fishbowl since fall of 2016. His previous stops include Fox 45, CQ Researcher and Connection Newspapers in Virginia. His freelance writing has been featured in CityLab, Slate, Baltimore City Paper, DCist and elsewhere.
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