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Merritt turning a former lab in Owings Mills into Class A office space

The project will be part of Merritt Properties' emerging 14-acre Owings Mills Corporate Campus in suburban Baltimore County located off Red Run Boulevard.
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CASA de Maryland to break ground on $14M employment center in Southeast Baltimore

CASA de Maryland will break ground Tuesday on a $14 million renovation project in Southeast Baltimore to turn the former Belnord Theater into an employment center for immigrant and minority city resi…
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Sears to shutter Columbia, Westminster stores in bankruptcy reorganization

Sears Holdings Corp. will close stores in Columbia and Westminster as part of a reorganization after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday. The Sears (NASDAQ: SHLD) stores are among…
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Some Baltimore projects may be exempt from affordable housing trust fund tax

Housing advocates say a plan to exempt some luxury residential projects from a real estate surtax hike to create an affordable housing trust fund could shortchange the fund. The City Council is set …
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Sears' bankruptcy: Stanley Black & Decker, Apex Tool among largest unsecured creditors

A couple of tool manufacturers with a big presence in Greater Baltimore could lose millions of dollars as a result of Sears filing for bankruptcy protection. Sears Holding Corp., which owns Sears an…
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BDC names Opportunity Zones coordinator

The Baltimore Development Corp. has created a new position to oversee investment in Opportunity Zones, a new federal program that aims to spur development in low-income communities. Benjamin Seigel…
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What University of Maryland can learn from Notre Dame’s football-profit machine

Colleges often justify the hefty costs and baggage of a big-time football program by highlighting the branding boost that comes with a competitive team. What most of these nonprofit institutions fail…
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Putting on the Ritz: Virginia couple finds carefree life on Baltimore waterfront

"We wished we would have found Baltimore sooner," Ritz-Carlton condo owner Tracey Jordan said.
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Designing your dream home? Here's what's in, what's out

It can be hard keeping up with all the latest trends. These designers try to help.
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The GSA wants to buy more time for the FBI's stalled HQ consolidation

The General Services Administration wants to sign a long-term lease for part of the FBI now in Southwest Washington, D.C., as a temporary measure while the law enforcement agency's proposed consolida…
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This week in Bezos: The return to Amazon HQ2 and minimum wage disputes

We try to keep away, but Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos has a way of pulling us all back in. We rounded up all the recent, pertinent news chunks about the acclaimed Internet dude that some may call…
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Lexington Market to be the site of fashion-focused coworking operation

A new coworking operation aimed at giving fashion entrepreneurs space to grow their brands is coming to Lexington Market. Baltimore fashion designer Stacy Stube has been looking for ways to revive t…
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Maryland ed tech company nabs deal with Indianapolis school system

The startup is currently raising a seed round of up to $900,000 to help fuel early growth goals, and is looking to hire a full-time software developer.
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UMBC basketball coach Ryan Odom's advice to business leaders: Be like geese

Ryan Odom took time Friday morning to talk to business leaders about something other than basketball — geese. Speaking at the BWI Business Partnership's monthly breakfast, the head coach of the Univ…
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BBJ honors Greater Baltimore's fastest-growing companies at Fast 50 event (PHOTOS)

More than 200 people gathered at the Winslow Parker Metal Building in South Baltimore on Thursday night to celebrate the 50 fastest-growing companies in Greater Baltimore. The Baltimore Business Jou…
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