Anne Arundel Business

April 29, 1993

Canadian company leases Annapolis site

Hyatt Real Estate, an Annapolis Realtor, has leased 1,700 square feet at 16 Market St. in Annapolis to April Cornell, a Canadian chain of 39 stores. April Cornell offers a variety of home decorations and crafts from around the world.

Hyatt also handled the leasing of a 2,800 square foot space to Dr. Clifford S. Walzer and Dr. Neil Sullivan at West Garrett Place, 275 West St.; 2,700 square feet to Annapolitan Gallerie & Salon at 109 Main St.; and Chinese Carpet Center's leasing of 3,750 square feet at Woodbridge Center, 2449 Solomon's Island Road.

Clark Melvin makes successful bid

Clark Melvin Securities Corp., an Annapolis investment banking firm, recently announced that it was one of nine successful bidders for Valuation Marketing and Sale of Certain Subsidiary Entities being divested by the Newport Beach, Calif., office of Resolution Trust Corp.

The contract will involve properties throughout the country.

Harley-Davidson to take part in charity

Harley-Davidson of Annapolis will participate in Ride For Life VI, a motorcycle charity ride in which participants register to collect donations to benefit MDA prior to hitting the road on the way to Shearer's barbecue ranch, a 50-acre picnic grove near Reading, Pa.

The event is set for Sunday and the Annapolis motorcycle shop is taking registration.

Information: 269-6030.

BTR Realty posts earnings

Linthicum-based BTR Realty Inc. recently reported net earnings of $.02 per share for 1992, compared with a $.55 per share loss in 1991.

According to BTR officials, the increase was due to three improvements: operating properties increased by 37 percent; corporate expenses decreased by 38 percent due to decreases in salary overhead and adjustments to the company's accrued stock compensation plan; and development costs decreased in

1992 from the high level of terminated project costs in 1991.

Chamber publishes Who's Who

The Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce has published the 1993 Who's Who in Annapolis Business.

The directory, used by Chamber members and newcomers to the Annapolis area, will be handled by Platinum! Information: 268-7676.

Book Market opens at Pasadena Crossroads

The Book Market Inc. has opened shop in the space formerly occupied by My House at the Pasadena Crossroads off Ritchie Highway in Pasadena. The store is a no-frills bookstore offering 250,000 books for under $10, including children's books, novels and gift books.

Hyatt sells space at Ridgely Oaks

Hyatt Real Estate, an Annapolis firm, has negotiated the sale of 1,783 square feet at Ridgely Oaks Professional Center, 623 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis. The property was sold to Dennis Seymour & Associates.

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