Top Stories This Week: Thomas Building Sold, Hot Lauraville Home for Sale, Roland Park Development Restricted

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Thomas Building Urban Landscape

This week, Ed Gunts’ news that the historic Thomas Building changed hands stole the show. The six-story structure, which has survived since the early 1900s, is expected to be preserved and incorporated into a larger development.

Our other most popular stories from Oct. 21-28:

Cynthia McIntyre — Nice Little Starter Home In Lauraville: $215K, Includes Barn – Tuesday, Oct. 25

Ed Gunts — Development to be Restricted on Baltimore Country Club Property in Roland Park – Monday, Oct. 24

Stephen Babcock — Clementine Eyes Reopening in Hamilton – Monday, Oct. 24

Ed Gunts — National Aquarium Launches Effort to Protect the Baltimore Canyon – Tuesday, Oct. 25

Ethan McLeod — Health Department Shutters Berger’s Bakery in Lexington Market – Tuesday, Oct. 25

Ethan McLeod — City Takes ‘Light City Baltimore’ Creators to Court Over Ownership Rights – Friday, Oct. 21

Stephen Babcock — Wendell Pierce Helps Break Ground on Station North Apartments for Artists – Tuesday, Oct. 25

Ethan McLeod — Ranking Places Baltimore Among the Best Cities For Building Wealth – Wednesday, Oct. 26 

Ethan McLeod — Michael Phelps Has Been Secretly Married Since June – Thursday, Oct. 27

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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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