South Baltimore Business Roundup

| March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

storefront IMG_4177The Healing Path Relocates

The Healing Path has relocated from its former second-story suite at 37 E. Cross St. to 1202 S. Charles St., which was previously occupied by Signature Title. The Healing Path opened at its new Charles St. location this past Saturday, March 22nd.

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ReMax Closes in Federal Hill

ReMax Preferred has closed its doors at 1200 S. Charles St. next door to The Healing Path. The company is consolidating its offices, moving to its 1909 Thames St. location in Fells Point. Former ReMax Preferred Federal Hill Manager Dorian Keydash is now an agent at Long and Foster Federal Hill at 1210 Light St.

Maryland Estate Tax Exemption Increased

Maryland is one of only 13 states, plus Washington, DC, in the United States that imposes an estate tax, which means that any money an individual leaves to their family upon death above a certain amount, $1 million in Maryland, would be taxed by the state. Six states and Washington, DC were at or below the same exemption amount as Maryland. Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, and Washington, DC are also at $1 million, Rhode Island is at $921,655 and New Jersey is at $675,000.

The federal exemption amount is $5.34 million and the Maryland House and Senate have passed a law to gradually increase the exemption to match the federal amount by 2019.  Measures are also being made in Washington, DC, New York and Minnesota to raise their estate tax exemptions.

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Hollins Market Tex-Mex restaurant Mi Ranchito is now under new management per posters in the restaurant’s windows. Mi Ranchito will be open daily from 10am-2pm and will feature “Sunday Girls from Arizona and Latin Quarter Bar.”

New Menu at Jack’s Market and Carryout

Jack’s Market and Carryout at 1801 Light St. has launched an expanded menu featuring many new sandwiches, as well as seafood and chicken platters.

New Construction on Hanover Street

Two new homes are being constructed on the 1121 and 1131 S. Hanover St. in Federal Hill. The lots have been vacant for several years. 

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