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  1. Clash over historic city building looms Protected Guilford Ave. warehouse could be razed for 60-story tower in mixed-use project By Jill Rosen Sun reporter Originally published January 2, 2007 A development plan that includes a tower to rival the city's tallest skyscrapers could mean the demolition of yet another vestige of downtown's historic architecture. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/bal...-home-headlines
  2. All aboard Wireless Internet headed for a MARC train near you Baltimore Business Journal - December 22, 2006by Stephanie WentworthStaff Print this Article Email this Article Reprints RSS Feeds Most Viewed Most Emailed Story Images Jeffrey A. Schraeder sees his weekly trip on the MARC train as a waste of time. When Schraeder treks from Baltimore to Washington, D.C., he answers e-mails on his Blackberry and totes work-related reading materials. The once-weekly trip isn't enough for Schraeder to justify buying a wireless Internet card that could cost $60 to $120. But having the ability to use the Internet would make the trip much more productive for the managing director of ConvergentWorks LLC, a Baltimore tech company. http://baltimore.bizjournals.com/baltimore...7022800^1393680
  3. Project is putting his vision to test Developer sees untapped assets in Westport By Jamie Smith Hopkins Sun Reporter Originally published December 24, 2006 Patrick Turner craned his neck upward at the aged, hulking grain elevator in Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood. "I'd love to buy that," he said. Spotting a phone number on a sign, he called it - right then, on a Saturday - and continued to call for six months until he finally persuaded owner Archer Daniels Midland Co. that he was serious. He didn't want it for grain. He wanted to turn it into condos. "You're either brilliant or insane" is what Turner recalls one ADM official saying. Four years afterward, as work on those condos is under way, company executives still remember his persistence, said ADM spokeswoman Jessie McKinney. Turner, 55, a serial risk taker whose business partner slapped a "Runs with Scissors" sticker on his Jeep, seemingly burst out of nowhere with the project. He doesn't have the name recognition of major local developers, such as Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse. But he has been doing this sort of work in the city for more than 25 years - fairly quietly, excluding a few controversies. Now the Baltimore developer's persistence and knack for seeing overlooked potential are being put to the test with a new project, by far his most ambitious. http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/reale...-home-headlines
  4. Deal could move One Light Street project forward in Baltimore Jen DeGregorio A prime parcel of land just blocks from Baltimore's Inner Harbor could be under contract by the end of the year, adding to a wave of new investment downtown. A Washington developer is considering a mixed-use skyscraper on the site at One Light Street. The developer will decide whether to buy the parcel from Mirecourt Associates by the end of the year, according to J. Joseph Clarke, the property's resident agent who declined to name the developer. "They're thinking about it for residential and hotel uses and retail and garage, all of which would work there," said Clarke, the husband of City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke.
  5. Here is the web site for Westport and the Silo. http://www.turnerdevelopment.com/portfolio.php
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