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North Baltimore, MD Real Estate: Rentals

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, Baltimore real estate agent, dies

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.

Former Brager-Gutman building will be converted to an 80-bed ...

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

Florida firm buys Inner Harbor office building

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

MD man claims Baltimore hospital discharged him prematurely

BALTIMORE, MD. (WUSA9) – A viral video that appears to show Baltimore hospital employees leaving a discharged patient in the cold may not be the first time such an incident has happened. Jamil Hodges, of Odenton, Maryland, told WUSA9 he experienced a similar situation in November 2016. Hodges said he had got into a car accident in Anne Arundel County. He said an ambulance then took him to the University