The new-look, modernized north shed of Broadway Market will reopen by the end of the month. Three long-time tenants — Vickki’s Fells Point Deli, Sal’s Seafood and Sophia’s Place European Deli — will reopen in inside the new space in about 10 days after much of a $3.2 million renovation there begins to wrap up. Seven additional…

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While the overall scope and timeline of the Hollins Market redevelopment project has changed, Phase 1 of the redevelopment will begin in March. Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities CDC, which was selected in 2017 to redevelop and mange the City-owned market by the Baltimore Public Market Corporation (BPMC) after being the only company to respond…

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Work on the Anthem House project at the northern corners of Lawrence St. and E. Fort Ave. in Riverside and Locust Point continues to progress as new retail spaces are being created. The Anthem House portfolio of properties is developed by Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities and partners. Already completed is Anthem House, the $100-million…

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The University of Maryland has much in common with Johns Hopkins University. Both are located in Maryland. Both are top-ranked institutions with strong science and engineering programs. And both are actively trying to assert undemocratic control over the cities that host them. Students at this university have witnessed the impacts of the Greater College Park…

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Exterior shot of The Hall CP

A new music venue and food hall is expected to open in College Park’s Discovery District this summer. The food hall, called the Hall CP, is located near The Hotel at the University of Maryland and will feature a large dining room, restaurant, music venue and rehearsal and performance spaces. The facility will also house…

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Plans to develop 16 new rowhouses near Hollins Market and Union Square are set to launch this year. The homes will be the first new construction of residential units in the blighted city communities in 50 years, city planners said Friday. “There’s some really exciting things going on,” said Eric Holcomb, executive director of the city’s…

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The Old Line State’s flagship university is now home to its first WeWork location, as the coworking giant tests out a campus concept it hopes to bring to more colleges around the country.  WeWork celebrated the grand opening Thursday evening of its University of Maryland location, an 18K SF coworking space on the edge of…

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