Security not a top priority for office-seeking tenants

Security concerns are usually well down the list of considerations for tenants searching for office space, according to brokers and property owners in that commercial real estate sector.

from https://thedailyrecord.com/2018/07/22/office-building-tenants-security-baltimore/

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25th annual Dining Out For Life fundraiser for Sept. 20

More than 50 Baltimore-area restaurants will participate in the 25th Dining Out For Life Sept. 20, the annual fundraiser for  Moveable Feast, an organization that provides free meals to those who have HIV/AIDS, cancer and other critical and life-threatening illnesses which make it difficult for them to access healthy food. Participating restaurants have pledged to …

from https://thedailyrecord.com/2018/07/21/25th-annual-dining-out-for-life-fundraiser-for-sept-20/

Best Week, Worst Week: Main Street reopens in Ellicott City; Nat Oaks sentenced to 3.5 years

After a second major flood in two years, Ellicott City business owners got some welcome news this week with the reopening of Main Street while a disgraced state senator from Baltimore found out his fate after pleading to corruption charges. Business writer Adam Bednar reported Tuesday that Ellicott City’s Main Street would reopen this week …

from https://thedailyrecord.com/2018/07/21/best-week-worst-week-main-street-reopens-in-ellicott-city-nat-oaks-sentenced-to-3-5-years/

Port Covington developer plans for shifting transportation demand

Plans for the $5.5 billion Port Covington redevelopment are designed to adjust to how residents will get around Baltimore in the future, according to executives of the lead developer.

from https://thedailyrecord.com/2018/07/20/port-covington-developer-transportation-baltimore/