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  1. Not really is right - i could imagine that the clinic is probably trying to create a courtyard area / "quads" / a university campus type feel. They are probably trying to isolate the whole area from traffic, noise etc...
  2. http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/blog/real-estate/2014/12/h-s-site-in-fells-point-to-become-mid-rise-retail.html
  3. http://www.steinershow.org/podcasts/local-and-state-politics/redevelopment-and-perkins-homes/
  4. http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/blog/real-estate/2014/10/jay-brodie-its-time-for-east-baltimore-to-get.html
  5. The developer in charge of the long-awaited $4.2M makeover of the Broadway Market says the project could be back on track now that Gov. Larry Hogan has axed plans for the 4.2-mile Red Line. Construction on the rail project, which had included a stop at Aliceanna, would have halted leasing activity at the historic Fells Point attraction for three years, says WorkShop Development partner Richard Manekin. WorkShop says it's now actively reaching out to prospective food vendors for the market. It plans to renovate the north shed (pictured) and begin construction on a new building on the south side of the market spring '16, Richard says. Construction would wrap up spring '17. More below: https://www.bisnow.com/baltimore/news/commercial-real-estate/no-red-line-means-broadway-market-renovation-may-move-forward-49349
  6. The Recreation Pier hotel project in Fells Point will become an extension of the Under Armour Inc. brand and a tool for attracting people to the city. That's how Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank sees his $60 million investment in the conversion of the 100-year-old pier and head house into an "incredibly nice" 128-room hotel. Plank plans to celebrate the groundbreaking of the hotel during a ceremony Wednesday. Plank's privately held real estate company, Sagamore Development Co. LLC, is developing the project, which is expected to be completed in fall 2016. Plank said in an interview Monday the hotel is part of a strategy to provide Under Armour guests with a unique Baltimore experience. That will include allowing people to depart the Under Armour headquarters in Tide Point on an authentic Chesapeake Bay crab boat, voyage across the Inner Harbor and arrive in style at the hotel. More below: http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/blog/real-estate/2015/03/kevin-plank-sees-fells-point-rec-pier-hotel-as-an.html
  7. A towering, white, modular-looking apartment complex could be the newest addition to the Harbor East waterfront, filling a Central Avenue parking lot with nearly 350 residences and a block of shopping. The roughly $100 million proposal by H&S Properties Development Corp. and The Bozzuto Group calls for 291 apartments, 49 condominiums and roughly 60,000 square feet of retail on the block bordered by Central Avenue and Aliceanna, Lancaster and Eden streets. The building also would contain an interior parking garage, a pool and other amenities. More below: http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bs-bz-whole-foods-harbor-east-20150212-story.html
  8. http://beattydevelopment.com/projects/harbor-point/ Located between Harbor East and historic Fells Point, Harbor Point will be a vibrant, highly integrated neighborhood with a focus on sustainability and innovation. As the City’s largest downtown, waterfront site yet to be developed, Harbor Point will be composed of 3 million square feet of mixed-use space on 27 acres and will be the leading development showcasing Baltimore’s urban renaissance. The neighborhood will feature thoughtfully designed public space including 9.5 acres of waterfront parks and a promenade along the water’s edge. Design phase / under construction 9.5 acres of open space 910 Residential Units 220,000 SF of Hotel 200,000 SF of Retail 3300 Parking Spaces 3,000,000 SF Mixed-Use Development 1.6 million of SF of Class A Office Harbor Point Open in Google Maps
  9. Oh, they're steps to keep the ground level since the terrain has a slope. I can deal with that I supposed. :-D
  10. What's the point of the cements dividers? Ahh, just trying to trip us up... :wtf:
  11. I can't say I'm impressed with the new updated design. Anyone else? http://www.clevelandmedicalmart.com/development/architecture/
  12. FYI, the article below has a hyperlink to the full design summary of the convention center in PDF form. Just click on "conceptual designs" in the article. Has a few nice diagrams.
  13. How about one of these for cleveland.
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