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 McLeod

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...