The 410: June 2014

Numbers of interest this month

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - June 2014

The 410: June 2014

Numbers of interest this month

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - June 2014


50K

Pounds of trash that the Waterfront Partnership’s new solar-powered wheel is able to remove from the Inner Harbor per day.


1788

Year that masonry company Spectra Group Cos. was founded, making it the longest family-run business in town, according to the Baltimore Business Journal.


147

Number of rooms at the Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys that were completely updated, thanks to the hotel’s multimillion dollar renovation.


$123

Cost, in millions, of a new life sciences building at UMBC, to be completed by March 2019.





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