Tag Archives: Development

Development News: Baltimore Haunt to open at Oldtown Mall in 2016

In 2014 we learned that a group of people had purchased an old warehouse in Old Town Mall with the intention of turning it into a “haunted house” for Halloween season. There was a Kickstarter campaign and then we did … Continue reading

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Listen to Adam Meister on the North Avenue Podcast

The North Avenue Podcast guys just posted the podcast I was on a few weeks ago. Two hours of fun! LISTEN TO IT HERE.

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What are the smart people going to do about the idiot voters of Baltimore?

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Baltimore’s interference at Load of Fun and the Mobtown Ballroom should infuriate you

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Bill Cole, the BDC, and the Superblock

The future mayor of Baltimore was selected by the current mayor of Baltimore to head the Baltimore Development Corporation. I do not think we need a BDC, but it exists and it needs a leader. Bill Cole is definitely the … Continue reading

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The St. Paul street development

The St. Paul street development that might have a food store as an anchor now has a site you can view here. “Armada Hoffler and Beatty Development Group have been selected to lead the mixed-use development of land at St. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on gentrification from the New York Times

Sometimes the comment sections of articles can be better than the articles. I found the following comments left below this New York Times article.  May it happen soon in Reservoir Hill! “You know a neighborhood’s done a 180-turn when the … Continue reading

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