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  • Ocean City's Seacrets wants to grow, but is it too big for Baltimore?

    Ocean City's Seacrets wants to grow, but is it too big for Baltimore?
    On a Friday night this summer, Seacrets was teeming with people dancing and drinking on its patios and dance floors and at its 18 bars.
  • Westport parcels sell for $6 million

    Westport parcels sell for $6 million
    After years of legal wrangling, Baltimore developer Patrick Turner lost his Westport dream and land in a moment. More than 40 acres of waterfront sold Wednesday for $6 million after a sole bid from the group that filed for foreclosure against Turner in...

    Unexpected Art & Decor brings beauty to unlikely places

    Unexpected Art & Decor brings beauty to unlikely places
    Wouldn’t it be nice to pass a vacant downtown building and see beautiful paintings and sculptures where boarded-up windows used to be?  That is exactly what Unexpected Art & Decor founders Jeanine Turner and Jeffrey Kent thought. The two pooled...

    Westport parcels to go to auction Wednesday

    Westport parcels to go to auction Wednesday
    A roughly 43-acre group of waterfront properties in Westport is slated to go to foreclosure auction Wednesday, opening up new possibilities for the land, once proposed for an ambitious development of homes, offices and shopping, with new ownership. It...

    Bankruptcy dismissed in Westport development suit

    Bankruptcy dismissed in Westport development suit
    A federal bankruptcy court judge dismissed a Chapter 11 case related to developer Patrick Turner's ambitious waterfront development in South Baltimore, clearing the way for a foreclosure on the property. Judge Robert A. Gordon said he saw no evidence...