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Although they represent different eras in Maryland's growth, Ellicott City and Columbia drive Howard County's economic and real estate development.
BALTIMORE — Dozens of vacant townhouses stood boarded up for more than a decade at Poppleton Cooperative, an affordable housing community in West Baltimore.
BALTIMORE Young teachers coming to work in the public school system here have found a home at Miller's Court, a new mixed-use development built with them in mind.
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We installed untreated cedar shingles on the exterior walls of a vacation home in central Maryland. Now the owners are complaining that squirrels are eating the new siding. And the squirrels really are eating it - they're not just trying to get inside the house. Is there anything we can apply to...
Affordable developers have struggled for years to fill vacant lots and repair abandoned buildings in the low-income neighborhoods of aging Northeastern cities.
Baltimore—A former tin box manufacturing company has been converted into a mixed-use development, featuring 40 affordable homes targeted to teachers and office space for educational nonprofit organizations serving Baltimore City Schools.
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