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A current Baltimore heavy-timber office building project by 28Walker
40Ten. Photo courtesy of 28 Walker Development

Baltimore Welcomes First Timber Office Building

An article by Barbra Murray of the Commercial Property Executive – February 23, 2021

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A current Baltimore heavy-timber office building project by 28Walker
The 40Ten building is scheduled to open in early 2022 as the first heavy timber office building in the city. (Moseley Architects)

Baltimore’s First Heavy Timber Office Building Lined Up for Southeast Project

An article by Matthew Simon of CoStar Research – February 23, 2021

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A current Baltimore heavy-timber office building project by 28Walker
An artist’s rendering of a planned office building by 28 Walker Development contained within the company’s mixed-use Collective at Canton. The five-story building at 4010 Boston St. will contain approximately 125,000 feet of Class “A” commercial office space upon its delivery in early 2022. (Photo courtesy of 28 Walker Development)

28 Walker Development to use heavy wood timber in Baltimore office building

An article by Daily Record Staff – February 22, 2021

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illustration by architect Jay Orr of ARC Architects
A rendering of Hope Village, Heart’s Place Services’ planned East Baltimore development of 13 tiny homes to house chronically homeless families. ARQ ARCHITECTS

THINKING BIGGER: Developers, advocates say tiny house villages are an untapped affordable housing option in Maryland

An article by Ethan McLeod of the Baltimore Business Journal – December 11, 2020

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Baltimore Inner Harbor. Image by Bruce Emmerling via Pixabay

Greystar Breaks Ground on First Baltimore Development

An article by Holly Dutton of Multihousingnews.com – December 10, 2020

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Greystar developing multifamily project in Baltimore

An article by staff of the The Daily Record – December 9, 2020

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Aerial view of apartments at the Collective at Canton by Greystar
An aerial view of the 500-unit apartment development now underway at the Collective at Canton by Greystar. – photo courtesy of GREYSTAR

Greystar acquires 500-unit Canton apartment project from Mark Sapperstein

An article by Melody Simmons of the Baltimore Business Journal – December 9, 2020

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illustration by architect Jay Orr of ARC Architects
An illustration by Baltimore architect Jay Orr suggest what Hope Village, a development of small homes made from converted shipping containers, might look like when completed – courtesy of ARQ Architects

Bloomberg didn’t call, but someone else did. Now there’s hope for container houses on Holbrook Street in East Baltimore.

A commentary by Dan Rodricks of the Baltimore Sun – September 17, 2020

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banner row townhomes rendering
The 108-unit townhouse project is set to break ground on Fort Avenue in Locust Point in early 2021 – photo courtesy of Vantage Media

Here’s a first look at plans for the 108-unit Banner Row development in Locust Point

An article by Melody Simmons of the Baltimore Business Journal – October 23, 2020

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Baltimore Business Journal photo of andscaping has been added to the new Collective at Canton shopping center
Landscaping has been added to the new Collective at Canton shopping center – photo courtesy of JOANNA SULLIVAN

Developer Mark Sapperstein launches streetscape project at Canton properties

An article by Melody Simmons of the Baltimore Business Journal – July 21, 2020

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Chase bank opening at the Collective at Canton
Chase bank opening at the Collective at Canton – photo courtesy of Mike Sunnucks

JPMorgan Chase applies for another city branch — this time in a new retail development

An article by Holden Wilen of the Baltimore Business Journal – June 23, 2020

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locust point plant overhead google map
Courtesy of Google Maps

Demolition Begins at Locust Point Plant, Will Become 112 Townhomes

An article by Kevin Lynch of SouthBmore.com – July 21, 2020

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greens at sprouts farmers market by carley milligan
Greens at Sprouts Farmers Market by Carley Milligan

Sprouts Farmers Market opening in Canton this week

An article by Melody Simmons of the Baltimore Business Journal – July 20, 2020

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produce at Sprouts Farmers Market photo by Carley Milligan
Sprouts Farmers Market Produce Courtesy of Carley Milligan

Sprouts announces opening date, hiring kickoff for new Canton store

An article by Jessica Iannetta of the Baltimore Business Journal – April 30, 2020

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PQ Corp. Plant Screenshot by Google Maps
Developer Mark Sapperstein is eyeing redevelopment of the shuttered PQ Corp. plant in Locust Point. Photo courtesy of GOOGLE MAPS

Prominent local developer proposes townhome development for Locust Point industrial site

An article by Melody Simmons of the Baltimore Business Journal – February 24, 2020

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moi reception area photo by ron blunt
Reception area at MOI’s office – Photo Courtesy of Ron Blunt Photography

Cool Digs: This firm’s office also acts as a showroom for clients

An article by Jessica Iannetta of the Baltimore Business Journal – February 10, 2020

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starbucks in federal hill
A Starbucks is coming to Federal Hill – photo courtesy of STARBUCKS CORP.

Starbucks is coming to Federal Hill

An article by Jessica Iannetta of the Baltimore Business Journal – January 16, 2020

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porter street apartments baltimore
Initiative translates to lower rental costs for studio, one and two-bedroom units

28 Walker Associates Engineers Porter Street Apartments in McHenry Row to 100% Solar Power

Posted on baltimore.citybizlist.com – June 5, 2019

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collective at canton master plan drawings
Master plan drawings provide a preview of the upcoming Collective at Canton development by Mark Sapperstein’s 28 Walker Associates. Photo Courtesy of CARLEY MILLIGAN

Sapperstein reveals plans for 12-acre ‘Collective at Canton’

An article by Carley Milligan of the Baltimore Business Journal – April 4, 2019

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nordstrom rack canton
Nordstrom Rack at Canton Crossing II – courtesy of Melody Simmons

Nordstrom Rack readies to open first Baltimore City store in Canton

An article by Melody Simmons of the Baltimore Business Journal – March 13, 2019

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scott slosson wheelhouse
Scott Slosson, director of development for 28 Walker Development, poses with the model and kind of bike that is planned to be given per tenant. (Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun)

Rent an apartment, get a bike: Baltimore developers pitch a new, carless way to live

An article by Meredith Cohn of The Baltimore Sun – March 1, 2019

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Wheelhouse Apartments Exterior Rendering Day
Rendering of Wheelhouse in Federal Hill – Courtesy of Marks Thomas and 28 Walker

Wheelhouse, New Co-living Development in Federal Hill Section, Provides Construction And Leasing Update

Posted on baltimore.citybizlist.com – February 21, 2019

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