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European Wine Importer ‘Wide Roots’ Launched in South Baltimore

European Wine Importer ‘Wide Roots’ Launched in South Baltimore

Riverside resident Russ Lorber launched his wine import company Wide Roots late-last year. Wide Roots, which has an office at Spaces in Stadium Square and has a warehouse in Upper Marlboro, has a small portfolio of boutique Italian wines it is selling to restaurants and liquor stores around Maryland.

| February 24, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Federal Hill and Pigtown Main Streets Receive Grants for Small Businesses from the State of Maryland

Federal Hill and Pigtown Main Streets Receive Grants for Small Businesses from the State of Maryland

Federal Hill Main Street and Pigtown Main Street are among the 41 main street programs across the state that will receive funding from the State of Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan today announced $7 million in awards for these programs.

| February 23, 2021 | 0 Comments
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‘European Wax Center’ and ‘Mr. Lee’s Dry Cleaning’ Opening at McHenry Row

‘European Wax Center’ and ‘Mr. Lee’s Dry Cleaning’ Opening at McHenry Row

McHenry Row in Locust Point is adding two tenants as European Wax Center and Mr. Lee’s Dry Cleaning are opening at the shopping center. European Wax Center is filling a space previously occupied by Massage Envy and Mr. Lee’s is taking over a space vacated by Fresh Cleaners.

| February 18, 2021 | 0 Comments
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SOBO Strength and Performance to Open on Hull Street in Locust Point

SOBO Strength and Performance to Open on Hull Street in Locust Point

A new gym called SOBO Strength and Performance will open at 1104 Hull St. in Locust Point. The 4,500 sq. ft., two-story brick building was previously the home of the International Longshoremen’s Association AFL-CIO which relocated to Dundalk.

| February 15, 2021 | 0 Comments
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96-Acre Logistics Center with Up to 900,000 Sq. Ft. of Warehouse Space Planned for Curtis Bay

96-Acre Logistics Center with Up to 900,000 Sq. Ft. of Warehouse Space Planned for Curtis Bay

Kansas City’s NorthPoint Development is planning a 96-acre logistics center with up to 900,000 sq. ft. of warehouse and office space at 1701 E. Patapsco St. in Curtis Bay. NorthPoint acquired an assemblage of former industrial properties that are on the Patapsco River and Stonehouse Cove adjacent to CSX train tracks.

| February 9, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Orioles and Maryland Stadium Authority Agree to Two-Year Lease Extension at Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Orioles and Maryland Stadium Authority Agree to Two-Year Lease Extension at Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Through this Amendment, the MSA and the Baltimore Orioles (Orioles) established that the Term of Lease now extends through December 31, 2023, with the Orioles right to exercise a one-time, five-year extension by February 1, 2023.

| February 9, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Program Launched to Support Five New Black-Owned Retail Businesses in Downtown Neighborhoods

Program Launched to Support Five New Black-Owned Retail Businesses in Downtown Neighborhoods

The Downtown BOOST (Black-Owned & Occupied Storefront Tenancy) Program: Presented by Fearless, will identify five Black-owned retail businesses and provide up to $50,000 in grant funding for capital and operating expenses. It is unique in that it benefits the new businesses it supports, and will fill retail space vacancies in Downtown, which have increased during COVID.

| February 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Domino Sugar to Replace its Neon Sign with a New LED Sign

Domino Sugar to Replace its Neon Sign with a New LED Sign

Domino Sugar announced this week that it is replacing its nearly 70-year-old neon sign that lights up the Inner Harbor with a new LED version. Preliminary work on the approximately $2-million project is underway. The current lights will turn off on March 1st and the new sign will be lit for the first time on the 4th of July.

| February 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Pet Grooming Salon ‘Groom Haven’ Opening Today in Federal Hill

Pet Grooming Salon ‘Groom Haven’ Opening Today in Federal Hill

Pet grooming salon Groom Haven is opening today at 41 E. Fort Ave. in Federal Hill. Groom Haven takes over a first-floor retail space that was Custom Touch Cleaners before it closed last year.

| February 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Diablo Doughnuts Closes Federal Hill Shop, Relocating to Brooklyn and Launching Food Truck

Diablo Doughnuts Closes Federal Hill Shop, Relocating to Brooklyn and Launching Food Truck

Diablo Doughnuts announced this week it has closed its Federal Hill shop at 1035 Light St. in Federal Hill and will be relocating its operations to 3432 S. Hanover St. in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn location is also the home of The Smoking Swine, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria. 

| February 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
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New Tech and Venture Capital Companies Move to Port Covington

New Tech and Venture Capital Companies Move to Port Covington

The Port Covington Development Team announced last week that four additional companies have joined the roster of businesses located at office buildings City Garage and Impact Village.

| February 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
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395 “Post COVID-19 Engineered” Apartments Coming to Former Office Building Downtown

395 “Post COVID-19 Engineered” Apartments Coming to Former Office Building Downtown

Metropolitan, a real estate development company which has developed several other apartment and office buildings Downtown, is under construction on a conversion of the former City Crescent Building at 300 W. Redwood St. into 395 apartments. The project is being called “one of the country’s first post COVID-19 engineered residential projects.”

| January 29, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Work Begins on Phase One of Hammerjacks Project

Work Begins on Phase One of Hammerjacks Project

Demolition began last week to prepare for phase one of the Hammerjacks project at 1300 Russell St. in Stadium Area. The properties are comprised of the former Paradox music club; a currently-vacant warehouse facing Ostend St., which was most recently the home to a ceramic tile company; and a smaller building connecting Paradox to the warehouse.

| January 25, 2021 | 0 Comments
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35-Unit, “All-Inclusive” Apartment Building Planned for Ridgely’s Delight

35-Unit, “All-Inclusive” Apartment Building Planned for Ridgely’s Delight

Zahlco Development is planning its second apartment building on the 700 block of W. Pratt St. in Ridgely’s Delight with a new 35-unit, “all-inclusive” building. Zahlco is currently under construction on a 54-unit building at 719 to 725 W. Pratt St. and the new project will be next door at 733 to 737 W. Pratt St.

| January 21, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Preliminary Work Begins on Topgolf and Gwynns Falls Trail Park Renovation

Preliminary Work Begins on Topgolf and Gwynns Falls Trail Park Renovation

Preliminary soil work began this week on a project that will bring a Topgolf and a renovated waterfront park to the “Warner Street District” between Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and M&T Bank Stadium. The master developer for this new entertainment district is Horseshoe Casino Baltimore’s owner CBAC Gaming, which is a partnership of Caesars, Rock Gaming, and Caves Valley Partners (CVP).

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Large ‘Hole-in-the-Ground’ Construction Site at the UM BioPark Converted into a Parking Lot

Large ‘Hole-in-the-Ground’ Construction Site at the UM BioPark Converted into a Parking Lot

An office and lab building was planned for 873 W. Baltimore. St. at the University of Maryland BioPark in Hollins Market, but it has not yet moved forward after pre-development work left it as a large hole in the ground. In recent weeks, the large hole has been filled in with dirt and an 80-space parking lot is now being completed.

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Live Baltimore Study Projects Baltimore City Could Absorb 5,000+ New or Renovated Homes Each Year

Live Baltimore Study Projects Baltimore City Could Absorb 5,000+ New or Renovated Homes Each Year

Overall, the analysis projects that between 5,300 and 7,100 households would rent or buy new or significantly renovated homes each year over the next five years if such homes were added to the City’s housing stock. Those would be in addition to those households renting or buying units now.

| January 19, 2021 | 0 Comments
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