The Christmas countdown is on. Shoppers are turning out to grab those last few items on their list, but it appears people are cutting back. Analysts are calling it one of the most competitive shopping seasons.
Most shopping days, Jean Simmons looks for the St. John or Jones New York line.
Say goodbye to the old Solo Cup factory. Developers begin making way for new stores and offices coming to Owings Mills.
It’s a major retail development and it’s rising on Boston Street. Canton Crossing will feature some familiar store names.
A developer in Frederick says a third Wal-Mart store would reverse the decline of the Golden Mile retail strip along U.S. 40 on the city’s west side.
The restaurant/shopping district of Harbor East is welcoming a new tenant: Under Armour.
Right in the middle of Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday. It’s a national push to get more customers out to community stores.
For the past 30 years, politicians and residents have been trying to breathe new life into the Liberty Road corridor outside of the Beltway. The world’s largest retailer is welcomed as a step in the right direction.
The Howard Hughes Corp. has bought a nine-story office building next to The Mall in Columbia.
It’s one of the top five days of the year for mall traffic. And the number of people returning gifts is on the rise too.
Time is running out. Stores will close soon and Christmas will be here.
On the day the Peterson Cos. began building National Harbor, the real estate market was booming and the future seemed bright. In a ceremony featuring a who’s who of Maryland leaders, then-Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson predicted a “paradigm shift in how the business community will view us.”
When the seven-year anniversary of that groundbreaking arrived last week, the economy had changed. And so had the project.