Business Briefs

April 05, 2004

Company chosen to create Odenton business plan

Hunter Interests Inc. has been selected to create a business plan for Odenton Town Center and the Maryland 175 commercial revitalization district. The business plan study is a partnership between Arundel Community Development Services Inc. and the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp.

The request for proposals and the study are managed by Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. with a $25,000 community Legacy Planning Grant provided by the Arundel Community Development Services Inc.

The development agency will use the study to focus marketing efforts on the Odenton 175 commercial revitalization district, highlighting it at events, including the county's annual VIP real estate tour April 28, the Anne Arundel Commercial and Industrial Association meeting May 5 and the local and national meetings of the International Council of Shopping Centers this month and next month.

Hunter Interests Inc. is a real estate development and economics consulting business based in Annapolis.,

Office space for lease at YWCA headquarters

The YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County has commercial office space available for lease at its headquarters, 1517 Ritchie Highway in Arnold. The suite contains 540 square feet and has one office separate from the general suite area. The suite leases for $488.38 a month.

The building has several common rooms that can be used by the lessee for a nominal fee. The building is directly off U.S. 50/Ritchie Highway and is on several public transportation bus lines. Other tenants of the building include the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Maryland Association of Resources for Family and Youth, Mid-Atlantic Petroleum Distributor's Association, Maryland Association of Community Mediation Centers, Carteret Mortgage, Annapolis Pediatrics and Kunte Kinte Celebrations Inc.

Information: Casey Hardin, 410-626-7800, Ext. 108 or

Consultant appointed to Goucher committee

Robin Shaivitz, A and C Government Relations Consultant, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Committee of Visitors at her alma mater, Goucher College.

The committee promotes the college's heritage, goals and programs to corporate leaders, prospective students and Goucher friends. It counsels the college president and administration on programs, services and activities to strengthen the college.

With this appointment, Shaivitz will continue to be a goodwill ambassador for the college.

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