The good news is that there is plenty of construction to write about in Baltimore: Blueprints have been dusted off, cranes are up, concrete mixers out. Also good is that development is not limited to downtown, but is happening over a fairly wide swath of the city — while still leaving large disinvested parts.
Anyone visiting the corner of Baltimore and Charles streets recently is well acquainted with the demolition of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. Since fall, heavy machinery has been chipping away at the heavily fortified concrete building, once heralded as Baltimore’s monument to Brutalism architecture. The building shuttered as a performance venue and sold 10 years… More
David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd. is developing a full-service, 150-room hotel that company chairman Howard S. Brown said will be a first for the area’s hotel market.
Franchise owner Jeff Mengel intends to open twelve restaurants in Maryland market Owings Mills, MD (November 5, 2014) – Pie Five Pizza Co., a national franchise chain of fast-casual restaurants, has signed leases with David S. Brown Enterprises for two new locations in the central Maryland region, including a recently-opened site at Boulevard College Center… More
Eggspectation has signed a 5,600-square-foot lease at David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd.’s Metro Centre development in Owings Mills. It is the first major retail signing for what’s being envisioned as a sprawling mixed-use development that eventually will include 1.2 million square feet of office space and 200,000 square feet of retail. David S. Brown Chairman… More
Maryland developers are once again digging into plans to build near rail stations, a sign that the appetite for development projects focused on transit may be coming back. This week, developers will break ground on a new 700-car parking garage and commuter station in Savage, the first part of an 18.5-acre development anchored by a… More
David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd. has obtained a demolition permit to take down the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, the first sign since March 2013 that the company’s 32-story residential project is moving forward. The building might remain standing for a few more months, though. David S. Brown Chairman Howard Brown declined an interview request, but a spokesman for Brown… More
Baltimore County officials gathered at the Metro Centre of Owings Mills on Thursday to mark the opening of the transit-oriented development’s first luxury apartment buildings. The Metro Crossing apartments feature 232 units and amenities such as a fitness center and rooftop pool with barbecues. There are one- and two-bedroom floor plans ranging from 700 to… More
Baltimore will soon greet a new high-rise building. Developer David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd. of Owings Mills has plans for a 30-story mixed-use development on the eastern edge of the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus. According to The Baltimore Sun, the city’s design panel approved schematic designs for the proposed mixed-used office and residential tower… More
Owings Mills-based developer David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd. plans to construct a 30-story mixed-use building on West Baltimore Street on the eastern edge of the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus. A parking structure and four-story building would be demolished to make way for the mid-block tower, which would be flanked on its western side by… More