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  • Hotel, apartments planned for new East Pratt tower

    Developers are scheduled to present designs to the city next week for a major mixed use development with a hotel and apartment on a prime Pratt Street parking lot across from Harborplace — one of the last undeveloped parcels close to the water.
  • Demolition planned for former Acme site in West Baltimore

    Demolition planned for former Acme site in West Baltimore
    The city has set aside nearly half a million dollars to tear down a crumbling building on property it purchased in west Baltimore about 10 years ago in an effort to spur revitalization in the area, officials said. Safety concerns – not development...

    Food production campus aims to help entrepreneurs get started

    Food production campus aims to help entrepreneurs get started
    A Baltimore-based nonprofit is preparing to build a commercial kitchen on a blighted tract in East Baltimore, the first step in the creation of a $16 million food production campus. American Communities Trust plans to use a 31/2-acre parcel at Gay and...

    First-time buyers taking to the city

    First-time buyers taking to the city
    From the wall-length window in Tyler and Erin Matteau's rented fourth-floor apartment on North Calvert Street, there's a view to the south and, maybe, the young couple's immediate future. "Right there," said Tyler, pointing to a building within...

    BDC may think local, but it pays outsiders

    BDC may think local, but it pays outsiders
    The article, "New BDC plan calls for small-business help" (Nov. 19), makes me wonder how the Baltimore Development Corporation could possibly be serious. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake proclaims that "small business is the backbone of (our) economy."...