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  • Tower at Harbor Point starts to rise

    Tower at Harbor Point starts to rise
    Three stories of a new office tower poke above the ground on the waterfront peninsula between Fells Point and Harbor East, dwarfed by a 280-foot yellow crane that represents what's yet to rise.
  • Restore money to city schools

    Restore money to city schools
    Baltimore City government seems to have a solid and lengthy history of giving tax breaks and incentives (TIFs and PILOTs) to developers of downtown and waterfront property such as Harbor East ("Developing Baltimore at the expense of its children," Feb....

    Tax breaks come back to bite Baltimore

    Tax breaks come back to bite Baltimore
    Back during the first wave of Big John absurdity — huge property tax breaks for politically influential developers of commercial real estate in Baltimore — I made jokes about it. I thought it was ridiculously funny. It was also outrageous. But...

    Developing Baltimore at the expense of its children

    Developing Baltimore at the expense of its children
    Concerning the funding of Baltimore City schools, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's statement to Dan Rodricks last week on WYPR that "any TIFs and PILOTs have no impact on the wealth calculator" that helps determine state school funding is simply wrong. It...

    Bigger Whole Foods to open in Harbor East

    Bigger Whole Foods to open in Harbor East
    A long-anticipated larger Whole Foods is to open on the ground floor of a new residential tower on the Harbor East waterfront. Harbor East Management Group on Thursday formally announced the Whole Foods lease for 711 S. Central Ave., plans first...