A Baltimore judge has dismissed a counterclaim by state officials against downtown property owners opposing the $1.6 billion State Center development.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot says he opposes the $1.6 billion State Center development in Baltimore.
A Baltimore judge says a suit against the $1.6 billion State Center redevelopment project can proceed.
Thousands of new jobs, new housing and new retail. That’s the goal of a major project planned for mid-town Baltimore. But as the plan moves forward, another group ramps up efforts to stop it.
Major changes will be coming to 350,000 state workers and retirees. The state doesn’t have enough money to pay what it promised to its retirees.
Attorneys defending a $1.6 billion redevelopment of State Center say Baltimore business and property owners suing to halt the project waited too long to object.
Some of Baltimore’s best-known Italian restaurants are joining a suit against the $1.6 billion State