Commonly people overlook to check the credentials of the moving company when moving to Baltimore md apartments. As your valuables should be taken good care of during the move, it’s really important that moving company you’re going to choose carries all necessary paper pertaining to handling the valuables. If the service provider fails to provide you with anything satisfactory then ask for some proof of quality claims that they make. Same can be done for checking their professionalism and reliability.
BALTIMORE, MD — It’s official. No more Styrofoam cups or food containers coming from food service businesses in Baltimore without penalty of law. It’s one of the bills signed by Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh Thursday afternoon. Source Article
R. Bruce Campbell R. Bruce Campbell, who owned a real estate management business and was a volunteer firefighter, died of pancreatic cancer March 18 at his Homeland home. He was 76. Born in Baltimore and raised in Northwood, he was the son of Wallace H. Campbell, who founded the family property management business, and his wife, Elfrieda “Fritzi” Siebert, He attended the Montebello School and was a 1959 graduate of
CHEVY CHASE, Md., April 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — FCP℠ today announced the sale of 11 multifamily properties totaling 1,731 units, representing the largest group in its "Apartments of St. Charles" portfolio, for $302 million to an affiliate of Strata Equity Group. The properties are located in St. Charles, MD, an award-winning master planned community located just 13 miles from the DC Beltway. This transaction represents Strata Equity Group’s first investment
There are a few big perks of renting a home. For starters, you’ll save money on monthly utility bills which are generally lower. Plus, having a landlord look out for general maintenance issues can be a huge load off. Oh, and yard work? Zilch. Whether you need a pet-friendly space or prefer a pad with a pool, new rentals hit the market everyday. Browse nearby apartments, condos, and houses for
John Menton, a prominent real estate agent and a former board member of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, died July 19 at Gilchrist Hospice of cholangiocarcinoma. The Guilford resident was 71. Mr. Menton, whom colleagues and family said had a self-deprecating sense of humor, also mentored young agents and served as a mentor and volunteer on the board of Genesis Jobs Inc., a nonprofit helping people find entry-level jobs.
1040 Deer Ridge Dr Apt 205, Baltimore, MD 21210 1040 Deer Ridge Dr Apt 205, Baltimore, MD 21210 1040 Deer Ridge Dr Apt 205, Baltimore, MD 21210 is a condo/townhome/row home/co-op for sale, and has been listed on the market for 2 days. 1040 Deer Ridge Dr Apt 205 is in the Roland Park neighborhood, which has a median listing price of $105,000. The median listing price for Roland Park
A high wind warning is in effect across Maryland for what the National Weather Service is calling “one of the most powerful windstorms in recent years.” The storm began Thursday night and may last until Sunday. Gusty winds of over 30 mph are expected, with gusts of 60 to 70 mph starting early Friday morning and lasting until midnight. Overnight, gusts reached 69 mph in parts of Frederick and Montgomery
A vacant and blighted former department store in downtown Baltimore would be converted into an 80-bed skilled nursing facility with street-level retail under a plan approved by the board of Baltimore Development Corp. Thursday. The proposed redevelopment of the former Epstein’s and Brager-Gutman department store at 201-213 W. Lexington St. could begin later this year, the development team of Mid-Atlantic Health Care LLC, Baltimore Nursing and Rehabilitation Realty and Kann
A Florida-based real estate firm announced Wednesday that it acquired the 500 East Pratt Street office building across from the National Aquarium in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for $60 million. Morning Calm Management, a Boca Raton, Fla.-based real estate investment and management company, said it purchased the 13-story building from Dallas-based TIER REIT. The building’s 280,000 square feet are 93 percent occupied by tenants including CohnReznick, Saul Ewing, Deloitte, JLL, UBS
BALTIMORE, MD — A text warning that a tsunami could be headed to the East Coast was sent in error Tuesday morning, causing panic for some before emergency officials identified the alert as a mistake. The alert was sent by the National Weather Service and was received by subscribers from South Carolina up to Connecticut, the service said in a tweet. Tweets from the National Weather Service office in Baltimore