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Matthew Laraway: The Baltimore area’s industrial commercial real estate sector

9/21/2018
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The industrial sector has been the darling of Baltimore’s commercial real estate industry for the past few years, at least that’s how one broker recently phrased it. But that’s for a good reason. The market keeps getting stronger. Demand for Office Space fluctuates between submarkets. Brick-and-mortar retail boosters remain optimistic, but there’s no denying the ...

Duration:00:31:30

Baltimore County economic development chief Will Anderson talks growth, TIF and beer

9/14/2018
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Out the county, hon. That’s Bawlmerese for the suburbs surrounding the city. In particular Baltimore County. In the decades after World War II that jurisdiction’s population surged from more than 270,000 people in 1950 to nearly 656,000 in 1980. The number of residents calling Baltimore County home now tops 831,000, compared to the city’s roughly 611,000 ...

Duration:00:36:51

GROUND UP Podcast with Caves Valley Partners’ Arsh Mirmiran

9/10/2018
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Arsh Mirmiran, of Caves Valley Partners, decided to move back to Baltimore nearly two decades ago after being diagnosed with melanoma to be close to family. Outside a two year stint while attending business school at the University of Virginia the city has been his home ever since. Now married with two daughters, ages 5 ...

Duration:00:33:13

Ground Up Podcast With Preservation Maryland’s Nicholas Redding

9/7/2018
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Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director Nicholas Redding joins the Ground Up podcast. We discuss his organization’s opposition to raze roughly 20 percent of the buildings on Main Street in historic Ellicott City.

Ground Up Podcast Kate Jordan

9/5/2018
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Kate Jordan’s career in commercial real estate started in 2007 with Lee & Associates and a decade later she’s already been promoted to principal. Despite a rough start, Jordan remained confident the industry was for her, even when she was barely making a living. “I think when you start at $12,000 your first year you ...

Duration:00:23:11

Airbnb host urges Baltimore to ‘pay the tax, get the facts.’

9/5/2018
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Patrick T. Campbell, who bought his first home in Baltimore in 1998 and moved to Patterson Park from Washington more than a year ago, launched a campaign with the slogan “pay the tax, get the facts.”

Duration:00:16:50

KLNB’s Menick discusses suburban mixed-use

9/5/2018
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Live work and play developments are popping up in suburbs throughout Maryland. These projects, such as such as the Merriweather District in Columbia, Towson Row, Greenleigh at Crossroads in eastern Baltimore County, and Metro Center at Owings Mills, aim to compete with the amenity rich environments found in city centers. Marc A. Menick, president of ...

Duration:00:03:16

KLNB’s Marc Menick on why ecommerce is boosting brick and mortar retail

9/5/2018
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Marc Menick, president of KLNB, talks with The Daily Record’s Adam Bednar about Maryland’s retail market, and how ecommerce firms are boosting brick and mortar retail in some cases, and the increasing importance of entertainment venues in retail.

Duration:00:13:36

JLL VP Burrows: ‘Nothing surprises me anymore’

9/5/2018
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Ryan Burrows, vice president with JLL’s Mid-Atlantic Industrial Practice Group, is hardly surprised by the range of tenants interested in moving to Tradepoint Atlantic. The development is transforming 3,250 acres of land at Sparrows Point into a state-of-the-art logistics park, with 15 million square feet of vertical construction planned, deep-water port frontage, and connections to ...

Duration:00:01:42

Marc Weller and Steve Siegel of Weller Development Co. discuss Port Covington

9/5/2018
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Marc Weller and Steve Siegel, partners at Weller Development Co., talk about plans for the $5.5 billion Port Covington development, how they deal with skepticism, and whether they’ve been able to appreciate the magnitude of the undertaking.

Duration:00:14:20