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... October and already is making changes. What was called the FPIC Building is now becoming Summit Tower. A $500,000 building permit was issued last week for renovation of the sixth, seventh and...
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Offices, apartments in latest proposal for 1 Ligh...
A 404-foot glass apartment and office tower would spring from a Light Street parking lot near the Inner Harbor under a Virginia developer's proposal put forward Tuesday. Metropolitan Partnership...
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Harbor Point apartment tower gets design approval...
Point Street Apartments, the first residential tower proposed for the 27-acre waterfront Harbor Point neighborhood, won architectural design approval Thursday from a somewhat reluctant Baltimore...
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Apartments planned for Della Notte site
A Baltimore development firm is proposing to build a tower of roughly 240 apartments on the site of the former Della Notte restaurant. Doug Schmidt, principal at Workshop Development Inc., said the...
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Second former I-195 parcel to be developed for $2...
... historically significant building on an adjoining property, plans to erect a seven-story tower on the new land, with about 75,000 square-feet of office space, 4,500-square feet of retail...
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