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Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and Baltimore Ravens Announce Official Partnership

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and Baltimore Ravens Announce Official Partnership

The Ravens join the Dallas Cowboys as the second team in the NFL to partner with a casino. Learn more about this partnership and get an update on the entertainment-focused mixed use development coming to the area.

| October 22, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Unleashed by Petco Closing in Federal Hill

Unleashed by Petco Closing in Federal Hill

Unleashed by Petco will be closing its 3,600 sq. ft. store at 1100 Light St. in Federal Hill on November 17th. Unleashed by Petco opened in 2014 and at the time replaced a Quiznos and Sign-A-Rama, which relocated to Fells Point.

| October 22, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Two Local Residents Make Improvements to Riverside Park Basketball Court

Two Local Residents Make Improvements to Riverside Park Basketball Court

Riverside Park has two basketball courts, one of which hasn’t had baskets in many years, and one which hasn’t received a new paint job in many years. South Baltimore resident Pat Horvat and West Baltimore resident Ben Cecchini decided to change that.

| October 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Port Covington Touted as “Cyber Town USA” as Three Startup-Building Companies Announced for Chapter 1

Port Covington Touted as “Cyber Town USA” as Three Startup-Building Companies Announced for Chapter 1

Mike Janke of DataTribe said that the trio of businesses are already talking to 25-30 companies that are also planning on moving to Port Covington. Janke expects Port Covington to have just under 1,000 cyber security employees by the time the first phase of the development opens.

| October 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Clark Construction and Ricoh USA Sign Office Leases at Stadium Square

Clark Construction and Ricoh USA Sign Office Leases at Stadium Square

The six-story office building at 145 W. Ostend St. is now 75% leased. Creative workspace company Spaces opened a 32,000 sq. ft., two-and-half floor facility this week. Financial services firm Janney Montgomery Scott opened a 6,000 sq. ft. office in the building earlier this year. Learn what’s next for this $275 million mixed use project.

| October 16, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Touring the Construction and New Design at Cross Street Market

Touring the Construction and New Design at Cross Street Market

Check out the construction progress, learn the timeline, see the renderings, and read about plans for tenants and parking.

| October 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore Soup Company Closes at 2 East Wells

Baltimore Soup Company Closes at 2 East Wells

A little less than nine months after opening, Baltimore Soup Company (Balt Soup Co) closed its 2,000 sq. ft. restaurant at 2 East Wells. Balt Soup Co was the first business to open in the first-floor retail space at the 153-unit apartment building that opened in 2015. Minnow operates in another first-floor retail space in the building.

| October 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Pho, Haitian Cuisine, Korean Rice Bowls, Burgers, Coffee, and More Coming to Cross Street Market

Pho, Haitian Cuisine, Korean Rice Bowls, Burgers, Coffee, and More Coming to Cross Street Market

Caves Valley Partners (CVP), the development company tapped by Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) to redevelope the Cross Street Market, held an event today to announce new stalls coming to the 31,800 sq. ft. market and to give a tour of the progress. CVP was joined by CANAdev, which is leasing the market’s 26 to 30 food stalls, and MacKenzie, which is leading construction and will be the property manager.

| October 2, 2018 | 0 Comments
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The Foundry Baltimore Moves Into the Former Riverside Baptist Church

The Foundry Baltimore Moves Into the Former Riverside Baptist Church

Founded five years ago, The Foundry Baltimore got its start by running church services out of Tabrizi’s in HarborView. Now, The Foundry has its own church and facility as it took over the former Riverside Baptist Church at 165 E. Randall St. in Riverside in July. Riverside Baptist closed in 2016, but services remained at the facility through Gallery Church of Baltimore which was gifted the facility.

| October 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
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New Mural Completed on Apartment Building in Hollins Market

New Mural Completed on Apartment Building in Hollins Market

Hollins Market resident Patrick Harnett has completed his second outdoor mural in his neighborhood. His newest mural, “Everything Starts as Somebody’s Daydream,” was painted on the courtyard wall at 1100 Hollins St., a seven-unit apartment building with a first-floor retail space for Umri Siki New Day Gallery.

| September 28, 2018 | 0 Comments
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8,000 sq. ft. Sharp-Leadenhall Warehouse Goes to Auction

8,000 sq. ft. Sharp-Leadenhall Warehouse Goes to Auction

An 8,000 sq. ft. commercial building on a .237 acre lot at 113-115 W. Hamburg St. in Sharp-Leadenhall will be offered at an Alex Cooper auction on October 18th. The property and building is adjacent to the 7-Eleven and its parking lots at 1000 S. Hanover St., the parking lot for Leadenhall Baptist Church, the 1000 block of Race St., and the rowhomes along W. Hamburg St.

| September 27, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Pop-Up FAUXrean to Temporarily Take Over the Stalking Horse Kitchen in Federal Hill

Pop-Up FAUXrean to Temporarily Take Over the Stalking Horse Kitchen in Federal Hill

The name FAUXrean was chosen because the menu will have a Korean influence but will not be authentically Korean. It will be a combination of Korean-inspired bar fare and more traditional items like pajeon (scallion pancakes) and tteokbokki (rice cakes in a spicy sauce).

| September 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Former Federal Hill Bed & Breakfast Property Sells for $400,000 at Auction

Former Federal Hill Bed & Breakfast Property Sells for $400,000 at Auction

The property consists a 4,350 sq. ft. building with five bedrooms and four bathrooms on 2,148 sq. ft. of land. The bed & breakfast, which has experienced wear-and-tear over the years, features a small, dated kitchen; multiple stairwells; and several living rooms.

| September 25, 2018 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

Two Federal Hill businesses close, a longtime Harborplace staple closes, a former bed & breakfast is up for auction, an office expansion Downtown, and a Federal Hill boutique adds a D.C. location.

| September 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Under Armour to Lay Off 400 Employees

Under Armour to Lay Off 400 Employees

As part of its 2018 restructuring plan, Under Amour announced today it will be reducing its global workforce of approximately 13,500 employees by 3% which equates to roughly 400 employees. These layoffs will be completed by March of next year.

| September 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Nine-Story Locust Point Project on Woodall Street Approved by the Baltimore Zoning Board

Nine-Story Locust Point Project on Woodall Street Approved by the Baltimore Zoning Board

Despite the protest by many Locust Point residents, the Baltimore City Board of Municipal & Zoning Appeals (BMZA) approved a plan from Goodier Properties this week to construct a new nine-story, mixed-use structure with 28 dwelling units; office and retail space at 1401-1407 Woodall St.; and a five-story parking garage on the adjoining lot.

| September 21, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Smart Cans Added to South Baltimore

Smart Cans Added to South Baltimore

DPW says the cans have several advantages including their ability to confine litter and prevent it from overflowing, keep rodents away, and transmit data that lets DPW staff know when trash needs to be picked up. The large, black cube cans have a Baltimore City seal, a “Keep Baltimore Clean” panel, and a currently-vacant space for advertisements.

| September 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
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