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  • Motor House arts center to anchor Station North neighborhood

    Motor House arts center to anchor Station North neighborhood
    Excitement and anticipation filled a vacant automobile sales agency this week. A $6.5 million refurbishment of the newly named Motor House on North Avenue was being celebrated as this arts center project gets launched. I watched its prospective tenants walk this 1914 structure's bare wood floors and envision the new life this fine structure promises as its makeover begins.
  • U.S. Appraisers' Stores building to be sold

    U.S. Appraisers' Stores building to be sold
    A Depression-era federal building where customs officials once inspected imports is scheduled to go to auction next month. The General Services Administration said Wednesday that it plans to sell the eight-story United States Appraisers' Stores...

    'Martin's Landing' concerns

    'Martin's Landing' concerns
    While it's well known that the Middle River Depot property along Eastern Boulevard has been approved for commercial development, only a relatively few of us know the details of what the owners call "Martin's Landing." Economic development can be a...

    For Ellicott brothers, Patapsco Valley was a natural partner

    For Ellicott brothers, Patapsco Valley was a natural partner
    Nearly 500 million years ago, the center of the Appalachian Mountains was located where the Patapsco River Valley now lies. Local naturalist and author Ned Tillman will compress the timeline between then and now to explain why the area's geography...

    Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion

    Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion
    Joanne Martin has grown used to doubters. There were questions when she and her late husband, Elmer Martin, a professor of social work, first located Baltimore's National Great Blacks in Wax Museum on a forlorn stretch of North Avenue in East Baltimore....