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The team tapped to redevelop Penn Station in Midtown Baltimore is on the hunt for retail and office tenants. The $140 million project is expected to begin by the end of the year, developers Penn Station Partners said Monday. 

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A Mexican restaurant from the family behind Highlandtown bar and restaurant Carlos O'Charlies is headed to Union Wharf. 

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The Maryland Board of Public Works voted 3-0 Wednesday to move forward with a $27.5 million demolition of 39 structures at the Baltimore City Correctional Complex located east of the Jones Falls Expressway.

Round1 coming to Towson Town Center (BBJ Story)

Jun 18, 2019
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Towson Town Center is making way for Round1, a chain that will bring bowling, arcade games, karaoke, food, drinks and more to the suburban mall. 

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians picketed rather than practiced at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Monday morning, hours after learning the orchestra's board had decided to lock them out amid ongoing contract negotiations. 

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Break out your bowling shoes: Mustang Alley's will reopen under new ownership later this summer. 

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Baltimore City said today it is withdrawing its lawsuit against the owners of the Pimlico Race Course and resuming negotiations on keeping the Preakness Stakes at the 149-year-old track. 

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Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said Wednesday he would like to see the aging Harborplace pavilions "torn down and redone," responding to questions about the struggling retail complex's future after being placed into court-ordered receivership last week. 

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Developer David Cordish says he could be interested in "the rebirth of Harborplace" — if Baltimore leadership can tackle the city's many issues. 

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Spirit Airlines is again expanding out of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, adding a nonstop route in the fall to Nashville, Tennessee. 

Dick's CEO Pleased with Under Armour Turnaround

May 30, 2019
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The CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. said the retailer is "very pleased" with the progress of Under Armour Inc. as the sportswear maker continues to work its way through a turnaround. 

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A melee at Baltimore's Inner Harbor on Saturday was another blow to a city that is struggling to pump up businesses at a time when many people won't venture into downtown, one top business leader said Tuesday.

Marylander's Take to the Highways (BBJ Story)

May 22, 2019
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The number of Marylanders expected to travel over Memorial Day weekend this year is at its highest point to date, AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates.

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Royal Farms is taking its famous fried chicken box beyond the gas station. 

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Under Armour Inc. joined Nike Inc., AdidasAG and dozens of other companies in signing a letter to President Donald Trump urging his administration to not raise tariffs on footwear imported from China. 

Under Armour Plans Summer Tour of Asia (BBJ Story)

May 15, 2019
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Stephen Curry will be joined by several of his fellow NBA players during his annual Under Armour Inc. tour of Asia this summer as the sportswear maker continues to focus on growing sales in the region. 

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The lasting effects of the ransomware attack that hit Baltimore City last week could delay three vendors from opening their shops inside Cross Street Market and hold up real estate settlements on city properties. 

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Anne Arundel Medical Center and Doctors Community Health System are working toward a definitive agreement for forming a new, combined health system in Maryland. 

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Gov. Larry Hogan and other Maryland and West Virginia officials on Thursday announced an upcoming job fair to serve the workers and families impacted by the impending closure of the Luke paper mill in Allegany County. 

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One of Pittsburgh’s biggest advertising agencies has opened an office in Baltimore after winning a multi-million contract with the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency earlier this year. 

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Maryland House Democrats have selected Adrienne Jones to become the state's 107th speaker, making her the first African American and first woman to be selected for the position. J

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An eight-story office project is being proposed to replace Grand Central, a gay nightclub located at Charles and Eager streets in Mount Vernon. 

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The next concept for the fast-growing Atlas Restaurant Group could be a crab house at Cross Street Market. 

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The long-awaited relaunch of Cross Street Market will begin in May, and the first stalls to open will belong to veteran tenants. Developer Caves Valley Partners announced Tuesday that Fenwick's Choice Meats, Steve's Lunch and The Sweet Shoppe will be the first vendors to debut inside the revamped market in Federal Hill next month. 

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Stevenson University is listing its 60-acre Greenspring campus, a long-expected move as the college continues to expand in Owings Mills. The wooded campus, spanning several buildings totaling over 200,000 square feet, sits 12 miles north of downtown. 

Orioles Value Increases (BBJ Story)

Apr 11, 2019
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The value of the Baltimore Orioles increased 7 percent in the last year, rising slightly slower than the average Major League Baseball franchise. 

Blissiva Expands Licensing Agreement (BBJ Story)

Apr 10, 2019
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Maryland cannabis company Blissiva will bring its products to 11 states under a new a licensing agreement with a publicly-traded operator of nationwide dispensaries. 

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Maryland companies raised $79 million in venture capital funding during the first quarter, the lowest total for a three-month period in more than two years, according to a PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree Report released Tuesday. 

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Mayor Catherine Pugh approved $19,800 in city funds to a nonprofit she previously chaired and that lists three top members of her City Hall staff on its board of directors — another example of how her business dealings have intersected with politics. 

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Gov. Larry Hogan wanted to talk baseball. But the governor, in town for Opening Day, couldn't escape the question about whether Mayor Catherine Pugh should resign amid the "Healthy Holly" book scandal. 

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