Six Senses Grand Bahama to Offer Hotel, Villas, and Branded Residences MORE

Six Senses Grand Bahama to Offer Hotel, Villas, and Branded Residences with a Focus on Sustainability and Regeneration

Six Senses is coming to Grand Bahama as part of a project that will boost local tourism, development, and investment. With social and environmental responsibility at its heart, the new resort and residences will create employment opportunities for Grand Bahamians, encourage terrestrial and marine sustainability and regenerative activity on the…

Oysters & Crabs with Cal MORE

3rd Annual Oysters & Crabs with Cal

On Thursday, October 27, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation and Weller Development Partners hosted Oysters and Crabs with Cal at Nick’s Fish House in Baltimore, MD. The evening included a buffet, crabs and oysters, live music, desserts, a whiskey tasting, and Q&A with Cal Ripken, Jr. and Marc Weller. A percentage…

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Scaling Up: Megaprojects Are a Big Deal

By Christopher Durso | September 27, 2022 – To the north runs Interstate 95, to the south is the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, and right in between, on 235 acres of formerly industrial land in South Baltimore, are the beginnings of Port Covington. The 14-million-square-foot, mixed-use development sits…

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Progress at Crossvines Project in Poolesville, Maryland

Poolesville, MD. (September 8, 2022) – Construction began in late April and plenty of progress has been made at the Crossvines project in Poolesville, according to photos by Poolesville Town Commissioner Jim Brown (available below). Crossvines will be a multi-purpose facility in Poolesville that will feature a custom grape-crushing facility, a…

Reston National's Environmental Restoration MORE

Reston National’s Environmental Restoration Internship Offers Community-Driven Approach to Environmental Conservation

The six-week internship, created in partnership with Cornerstones, Reston Community Center, War Horse Cities, Weller Development Partners, and KemperSports, provided experience and education aimed at increasing the understanding of environmental conservation of natural ecosystems. Reston, VA. (July 21, 2022) – Reston National Golf Course, in partnership with Cornerstones, Reston Community…

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Weller Development Announces Name Change and Expansion

Weller Development Partners will relocate its headquarters to Bethesda, MD as it continues to focus on developing community-driven, mixed-use projects worldwide. Bethesda, Md. (June 23, 2022) – Weller Development Partners, formerly known as Weller Development Company, today announced they will rename the organization and adopt a new brand identity. This…

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Weller Development Announces Plans For Expansive Growth

Weller Development will relocate its headquarters to Bethesda, MD and continue to focus on large-scale, mixed-use projects and double bottom line development to build communities nationally and internationally. Weller Development today announced plans for growth and expansion in anticipation of completion of Phase 1B in Port Covington in the Spring…

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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…