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Urban Landscape: Hopkins’ Shriver Hall Auditorium to Close for Renovations; Barnes & Noble Closing in Towson as Ukazoo is Set to Open New Store; First Office Tenant Announced for Stadium Square

0 Written by: | Monday, May 22, 2017 1:28pm

The exterior of Shriver Hall Auditorium.

Shriver Hall Auditorium, the largest performance and lecture space on the Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, will close for renovations this fall.

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Featured, Inner Harbor, Money & Power, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Kevin Spacey Identified as Buyer of $5.65 Million Inner Harbor Pier Home; Demolition in Mount Vernon; Baltimore Clayworks Agrees to ‘Dialogue’ with Opponents

3 Written by: | Monday, May 15, 2017 4:12pm

Kevin Spacey at the Berlin Film Festival in 2011. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Actor Kevin Spacey has been identified as the mystery buyer of the $5.65 million Pier Home at Harborview that sold earlier this year, according to local real estate agents and others familiar with the transaction.

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Featured, Money & Power, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Hammerjacks Seeking Liquor License; Charles Village Pub to Change Hands; Warrington Penthouse Up for Auction; New Art Gallery in Hampden

0 Written by: | Monday, May 08, 2017 1:18pm

An artist’s rendering of the planned location for Hammerjacks, via Design Collective

The developers of Hammerjacks will seek to clear a key development hurdle this month when they appear before Baltimore’s liquor board. They’ll seek to obtain an “arena” license to serve alcoholic beverages for their project at 1300-1320 Russell Street.

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Featured, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Apartments Planned for Hutzler’s Palace Building; Cignal Launches Luxury Community in Lutherville, Professional Building Sells on Charles Street

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 24, 2017 1:40pm

The Hutzler’s Palace Building

The top four floors of the former Hutzler Bros. Palace building at 210-218 N. Howard Street will most likely be converted to apartments, possibly Japanese-style “micro apartments,” and the first level will be converted to office space with an “open concept” coffee shop. Read More →

Featured, Fells Point, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: New Life for Hendler Creamery; New Owner for Brown’s Wharf; Ribbon Cutting for Sagamore Spirit Distillery; Community Meeting on Royal Farms Proposed for Towson

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017 1:45pm

A rendering of the proposed renovation of the Hendler Creamery building, via Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation.

A $75 million plan to convert Baltimore’s Hendler Creamery to apartments and retail space cleared a key hurdle last week when a city preservation panel approved the design.

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Featured, Locust Point, Real Estate & Home, Station North, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Bell Foundry for Sale for $1 Million; Ware House 518 Closes; Locust Point to Get 47 New Town Houses; ‘Yappy Hour’ at Harbor Point

2 Written by: | Monday, Apr 10, 2017 1:47pm

Four months after city officials evicted its tenants, the Bell Foundry arts building has been put up for sale.

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Featured, Inner Harbor, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Robotic Bicycle Storage Facility and Shop Proposed for Penn Station; Possible Buyer for 1 North Charles; Bidding Opens for Bard Building; Old Towson Fire Station Torn Down

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 03, 2017 3:42pm

Photo via Ammon Heisler Sachs

A full-service bike shop and robotic bike storage facility would open next to Baltimore’s Penn Station under a proposal from Race Pace Bicycles and Ammon Heisler Sachs Architects.

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Culture, Featured, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Remembering Hugh Hardy’s Contribution to Baltimore; Sonic and Wawa Come to Joppa Road; Iron Rooster Opening on McHenry Row; Hogan Budgets $900,000 to Fight State Center; the Larry Reich Award is Back

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 27, 2017 12:35pm

Hugh Hardy, via H3 Hardy Collaboration

 

An unsung hero of Baltimore architecture and preservation has saved his last landmark.

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Culture, Featured, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Annie E. Casey Buildings Get Makeover; Metro West Garage Design Questioned; New Name Proposed for Stadium Authority; The Sun’s Natalie Sherman Moves On

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 20, 2017 12:53pm

The Annie E. Casey Foundation building at 701 St. Paul Street.

Just in time for spring, the “flowerbox building” is getting a makeover.

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Featured, Real Estate & Home, Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape: Deciding the Fate of Camden Station; Trader Joe’s Moves Within Towson; Monument City Brewing Opens in Highlandtown, Robert Kanigel on Jane Jacobs

1 Written by: | Monday, Mar 13, 2017 4:31pm

Should partly vacant Camden Station be rented out as office space, or should the state hold out for a one-of-a-kind use that could draw people to Oriole Park at Camden Yards? What would that use be? What role should the Baltimore Orioles play in making the decision?

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