An updated wish list for the redevelopment, slated to begin construction this summer.
South Baltimore’s “city-within-a-city” began construction on five new buildings last week.
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As Druid Lake Reservoir overhaul continues, city leaders consider activation options.
Developers and city leaders talk safety and environmental concerns as work gets underway.
The 50-year-old nonprofit has officially moved into the neighborhood it hopes to help grow.
Despite checkered history, developers hope for promising future at Morgan State-adjacent property.
With $53 million raised, the long-gestating project is finally taking shape.
Councilman Leon Pinkett hopes to increase production tax incentives with new resolution.
The new attraction hopes to appeal to pros and non-golfers alike.
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With BMore See More, local blogger Brian Oliver wants to send high schoolers across the globe.
Twenty of the most pivotal events in Baltimore this year, in chronological order.
Meet the makers who are keeping Baltimore's industrious spirit alive and well.
Formerly dilapidated site has become a hub for community engagement in Franklin Square.
Todd and Nikki Marks combine their interests for hybrid concept in former Rachel space.
Historic Old Goucher space gets a second life backed by Figure 53 software company.
A new to-be-named wheel will focus on Gwynns Falls and flow into Middle Branch.
After 85 years of local history, General Motors has shuttered for good. Like Bethlehem Steel, it has been replaced by an Amazon fulfillment center.
Plans address recreation, transportation, and connectivity to other waterfront neighborhoods.
Current founder and CEO Kevin Plank steps down to take executive chairman position.
Partnership between developers and Everyman Theatre comes on the cusp of renovations.
Area shops and restaurants suffered big losses this summer due to ongoing streetwork.
Agreement between city and track officials aims to revitalize Park Heights as a whole.
Historical site is a vast improvement for riders in its new iteration.
Theodore McKeldin devoted his public service to developing the Inner Harbor.