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Could new infrastructure transform Maryland’s economy?

NAIOP Economic development experts compare it to the construction of the interstate highway system. The federal Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act (IIJA) will deliver $973 billion to Maryland over the coming five years to improve roads, bridges, transit, rail lines, broadband, cybersecurity, EV charging networks and more. The direct economic…

New center aims to ease poverty in South Baltimore MORE

New center aims to ease poverty in South Baltimore

In an effort to disrupt the cycles of generational poverty, City of Refuge Baltimore, the Port Covington Development Team, Weller Development and PI.KL Architects have unveiled plans for a new, multi-purpose facility in Brooklyn. The project would transform a 30,000-square-foot light industrial building into a 60,000-square-foot City of Refuge Baltimore…

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Developer Targets Marriott Land In Gb ‘Stepping Stone’

A major US developer is targeting the purchase of Marriott’s 30-acre Barbary Beach landholding in what could be “a stepping stone” towards much larger efforts to revive Freeport’s economy. #Multiple sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, revealed that Weller Development, which is presently spearheading a 235-acre waterfront redevelopment project in…

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During An Unprecedented Year, A Baltimore Development Team Launches A Transformational Project And Keeps Its Promise To The Community

In 2016, the Port Covington Development Team, which today is composed of lead investors Sagamore Ventures and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group and lead developer Weller Development Co., made a promise to the people of Baltimore: It would revitalize the formerly industrial waterfront and bring new residences, retail, office space,…