Influential Marylanders was created in 2006 to honor individuals who have impacted Maryland’s business community and have brought services and success to the region.
“Born in Baltimore” takes viewers inside businesses, both small and large, that were started in Baltimore City. This episode explores Ayers Saint Gross, and focuses on our philanthropy, history, and diversity.
“The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center is one of the best arts incubators in the country”. Watch this great video about our project at University of Maryland.
The Cordish Cos.’ proposal for a new 15,000-seat, $450 million arena on piers 5 and 6 has already shaped up to be one of the biggest stories of 2015.
Behind a wall of green plastic sheets that stretches from the Clemson House all the way to the eastern entrance of campus on State 93, the largest construction project in the history of Clemson University has just begun.
Johns Hopkins University will invest $15 million to improve San Martin Drive, a stretch of road just under a mile long that winds around the back of the university’s Homewood campus in North Baltimore.
The Johns Hopkins University is launching a yearlong $15 million project to improve San Martin Drive, the scenic tree-lined road that winds around the back of the university’s Homewood campus.
Until recently, the most important thing college students wanted in on-campus housing was privacy—private bedrooms, private baths, private this, private that. In the race to attract students, colleges and universities did their best to create living spaces that tried to fulfill that wish.
Incoming U.Va. first-years who are assigned to the new Alderman Road dormitories will find themselves in sleek, ecofriendly edifices that, with their red-brick exteriors, blend in on Grounds but offer modern amenities (think washing machines and dryers that send text messages when the laundry is ready).
The city of Phoenix and a regional economic financing authority are hoping to redevelop the largest vacant piece of land in downtown Phoenix. It could end up being a 900-unit apartment or townhome development.