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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1998
A local commercial real estate group named the 30-story Alex. Brown Building as the top downtown office building during an awards ceremony last night.The Building Owners and Managers Association based the award on the 475,000-square-foot building's management and operation. The 1 South St. building, managed by Cushman & Wakefield Inc. and completed in 1992, was purchased last month by a Philadelphia company for roughly $85 million.BOMA also presented Building of the Year awards to 11 other commercial properties.
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NEWS
July 25, 1996
County police investigating a complaint of an armed man in a Severn neighborhood Monday arrested two west county men and a youth on drug and weapons charges.Toby Lee Hunt, 18, of the 600 block of Cadbury Drive in Odenton, Cecil Bellsa King, 18, of the 8300 block of Flintlock Court in Severn and the youth, 16, were charged with possession of marijuana and possession of a concealed deadly weapon. The youth also was charged with possession of illegal fireworks.Three Severn residents were sitting outside a house in the 1800 TC block of Hawk Court shortly after 3 a.m. when a gray car pulled up, police said.
NEWS
May 25, 1993
Company gets OK to build McDonald's in industrial parkA county zoning official has cleared the way for a new McDonald's on the site of an old automobile rental, storage and maintenance business in a Linthicum industrial park.An administrative hearing officer approved American Touresort Inc.'s plan to tear down a building on the south side of Elkridge Landing Road, south of West Nursery Road, and build a fast-food restaurant.Robert C. Wilcox approved a special zoning exception, noting that Airport Square Industrial Park would offer a built-in market.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1990
Office vacancies, which have jumped in the county because of the mid- to late-1980s building boom coupled with this year's recession, won't fill up any time soon and might even increase by year's end, commercial real estate agents predict.Agents and developers expect the county's commercial building slowdown to continue for at least a year, especially in new, speculative office buildings, while the market absorbs available space.Some builders have continued developing office parks at scattered sites, while others plan to start filling a growing need for warehouses.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | July 16, 1992
Commercial leasing near Baltimore-Washington International Airport should start to pick up after hitting an all-time low, a commercial real estate firm reports.In a survey of the Baltimore area, CB Commercial Real Estate Group Inc. found that vacancies near BWI rose from 20.2 percent to 25.3 percent during the first half of the year.The high vacancy rate can be attributed, for the most part, to just one tenant, said Gary G. Dewey, senior vice president of the leasing and management company.
NEWS
July 31, 2000
Defibrillators being installed at main terminal In an effort to provide life-saving treatment to people in cardiac arrest, 30 automated defibrillators (ADE) are being installed by tomorrow in the Baltimore-Washington International Airport terminal. Three others will be in the general aviation facility and two more in the Maryland Aviation Administration offices, 901 Airport Square on Elkridge Landing Road in Linthicum. The defibrillators are laptop-sized devices, used to shock the heart back into its normal rhythm.
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By Jill L. Zarend and Jill L. Zarend,Staff writer | December 17, 1991
Peggy Vick of the Salvation Army says she's is "thrilled with the response" she has gotten from the business community this holiday season."The neat thing that has happened this year is that corporations are realizing that the business sector is helping the non-profit sector," she said."
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Staff writer | December 21, 1992
County children in foster homes, shelters and other "homes away from home" are celebrating this holiday season with the help of county employees and the Angel Tree program.The 6-year-old countywide program provides Christmas gifts for needy children. Thirty Christmas trees decorated with angels -- each bearing a child's name -- are placed in county offices. Employees pick an angel from the tree, then buy a gift for the child.The county Police Department, for example, has six trees, one in each district station, the Millersville headquarters and the Criminal Investigation Division in Crownsville, said department coordinator Nancy Silwick.
NEWS
July 23, 1991
The Anne Arundel Trade Council has announced support for the construction of light rail to the Baltimore-Washington International Airportarea.The trade council, after reviewing the choices for the spurto the airport area, supports the "Y" or "T" alternative, a combination of alternatives 3, 4 and 5 that would follow the direct connection north or south alignment to the intersection of Elm Road and Route 170 and then split north to a terminus at International Drive...
NEWS
June 8, 1998
YWCA dinner to honor women's achievementsThe YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County will hold the annual Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) dinner Thursday to honor county women for achievements in business.This year's TWIN program is sponsored by Merck & Co.Anne Arundel County businesses may submit the names of female employees in management or executive positions who have made significant contributions to their companies to the YWCA, 1517 Ritchie Highway, Arnold 21012.Information: 410-626-7800.
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