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Baltimore architects pick five buildings that inspire

Five local architects pick their favorite buildings in Baltimore, including structures in Mount Vernon, Mount Washington and the west side. Some are historic buildings while others are contemporary in design. 

More than a market: Waverly maps out a new plan for its future

Waverly Main Street has hired a local urban design firm to create a new master plan for the area that includes streetscape improvements, a new slogan and the redevelopment of several buildings. Leaders want the area to be known as a place to shop and dine — and not just the Saturday farmers' market.

Johns Hopkins University to create "small campus" in Station North

Johns Hopkins University is putting $1 million in a new fund that will provide low-interest loans to developers and is looking at real estate in Station North for its film and other creative programs. Both initiatives are part of the university's plan to extend its influence beyond its Homewood campus. 

Step OUT for the Maryland Home & Garden Show

Check out the Spring 2013 Maryland Home & Garden Show, featuring more than 300 home improvement exhibitors over two weekends next month. The show will also feature home improvement experts, a crafts fair and free interior design consultations.

Redevelopment of Park Heights Moves Forward With Slots Money

An ambitious redevelopment plan is underway in the Northwest section of Baltimore. Park Heights is getting new senior housing a ball field and interest from private developers. Neighborhood residents are also receiving home-buying, tutoring and other services that are funded with slots money. 
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