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How local developers are taking a different approach to keep rent prices down

The AZ Group knows that the city’s teachers and firefighters can’t afford to pay $1,800 a month in rent. Rather than build apartment towers near the water and charge over $2,000 a month for a studio apartment, the local developer is instead focusing its efforts on building smaller-scale projects in neighborhoods north of downtown. Read […]Read Article
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Nearly 300 Professionals Participate in 8th Annual Saul Ewing Real Estate Conference

"I personally believe in a future where all people are able to thrive in their chosen community and responsible developers have to create a platform that challenges development that values profit over people," explained Ernst Valery, Founder, www.get-REDI.com and the moderator of the panel on placemaking. “Placemaking is the wave of the future. It is not enough to develop projects that are driven by individual thoughts or dreams. It is vital to engage all the collective stakeholders in the community to arrive at solutions that represent the best interests of many."
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Wendell Pierce invests in $20 million Baltimore housing complex

Actor Wendell Pierce believes that social justice in the 21st century lies in economic development.
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Station North developer presents apartment plans

Construction of an eight-story apartment building sheathed in contemporary metal with gallery space and a Milk & Honey market on the ground floor could start in Station North by the end of the year, said developer Ernst Valery.
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The Chesapeake building interior renovations are complete

The building was purchased from the City of Baltimore through the Baltimore Development Corporation in 2010 by Station North Development Partners and renovated by Ernst Valery Investments, Bowling Inc. & SA&A Development.
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