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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Evening Sun Staff | October 29, 1990
The Hecht's department store in Towson is 25 percent larger and almost totally remodeled due to a $15 million face lift during the past year."Every light, every ceiling tile, every floor covering, even the elevators are new," store manager Steven J. Beck said. The store now has 200,000 square feet, 40,000 more than before.The large white building, with its black panels bearing the company's name, sits just behind the new checkerboard patterned high-rise parking garage on Dulaney Valley Road, directly north of Joppa Road, in central Towson.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1999
One of the nation's largest commercial real estate companies returned downtown yesterday after more than a five-year absence, finalizing a deal to acquire long-time Baltimore brokerage firm Casey & Associates Inc. The Trammell Crow Co., as part of its purchase and pending shift from Columbia to downtown, will become the first national commercial real estate services firm to set up shop in Baltimore since CB Richard Ellis more than 15 years ago....
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | January 11, 1993
The news at first jarred observers who'd grown jaded after two years of layoffs and near-chaos in commercial real estate.As Baltimore's Casey & Associates announced that it had plucked three top brokers from cross-town competitor CB Commercial Real Estate Inc., the surprise wasn't that the salesmen were leaving CB Commercial. It was that Casey & Associates President J. Joseph Casey -- or anyone, for that matter -- was beginning to expand at all."Obviously, I'm an optimist," said Mr. Casey, a 49-year old Homeland resident with an accountant's education but a salesman's heart, whose love of schmoozing could make Bill Clinton seem almost taciturn.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | June 20, 1996
Casey & Associates Inc. yesterday named longtime Baltimore real estate executive Robert A. Manekin as its president, a move designed to strengthen the commercial real estate firm's management ranks and competitive position.The appointment of the former Manekin Corp. senior vice president and Julien J. Studley Inc. senior managing director coincides with efforts by several local firms to better compete at a time when large institutions such as pension funds own increasing amounts of real estate.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Commercial real estate firm Colliers Pinkard yesterday announced that Richard F. Blue Jr. will join the firm Monday, leaving behind a 17-year career with rival Casey & Associates Inc.Mr. Blue, who last month was named 1994 commercial Realtor of the year by the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, will join Pinkard as a partner and executive vice president. He also will manage Pinkard's Baltimore County office."Colliers Pinkard provides a full range of services beyond simply brokerage," Mr. Blue said.
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By Kevin Thomas and Kevin Thomas,Evening Sun Staff | October 2, 1991
Make no mistake, Baltimore's new Basics supermarket on Fort Avenue in Locust Point is aiming itself at the young, urban, professional shopper.Tucked into a working-class neighborhood but close enough to gentrified rowhouses and waterfront condominiums, Basics has taken up residency in the new Southside Market Place -- an $11 million, 128,000-square-foot shopping plaza.The supermarket opened Sunday, but a grand opening is scheduled for the entire plaza Oct. 9.Combining an emphasis on low prices with such services as express home delivery and shopping by fax, Basics officials say they hope to go beyond the working-class neighborhood the store is centered in to attract upscale buyers as well.
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By Kevin Thomas and Kevin Thomas,Evening Sun Staff | November 13, 1991
Tydings & Rosenberg, a general-practice law firm of Baltimore, has taken over the top three floors of 100 East Pratt Street, becoming the building's third largest tenant thus far.The firm has leased 40,000 square feet of the building's 26th, 27th and 28th floors, moving in Nov. 1.The Pratt Street building underwent an expansion recently, adding 18 floors. The addition is a joint venture of IBM Corp. and T. Rowe Price Associates Inc., both of which are tenants occupying 180,000 square feet and 215,000 square feet respectively.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | January 19, 1996
Casey & Associates Inc., a leading Baltimore commercial real estate firm, has informed employees of a restructuring that will add management and result in an office consolidation.As part of the restructuring, over the next six months the real estate brokerage and property management firm intends to largely combine its Towson and downtown offices, which represent two of its three offices; create a five-member board of directors; retain a chief operating officer to manage daily operations, and establish an employee stock plan.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | June 20, 1996
Casey & Associates Inc. yesterday named longtime Baltimore real estate executive Robert A. Manekin as its president, a move designed to strengthen the commercial real estate firm's management ranks and competitive position.The appointment of the former Manekin Corp. senior vice president and Julien J. Studley Inc. senior managing director coincides with efforts by several local firms to better compete at a time when large institutions such as pension funds own increasing amounts of real estate.
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By Edward Gunts | November 27, 1991
Four well-known architectural firms are vying for the chance to build a 664,000-square-foot headquarters for the U.S. Health Care Financing Administration.The designers are: a group headed by Stubbins Associates, which is working with a group that includes the Rouse Co., Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. and Daniel P. Henson III; RTKL Associates, which is working with a joint venture of James F. Knott Development Co. and Boston Properties; Washington architect Vlastimil Koubek, who is working with a joint venture of Questar Properties and Manekin Corp.
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February 5, 1996
New positionsWicker senior associate at Millman Search GroupMillman Search Group, a Baltimore-based national retail industry executive search firm, announced that Debbie Wicker was named a senior associate and assigned to the firm's headquarters. Most recently she was with the Talbots retail chain and has held positions as a buyer and manager for ARA Leisure Services, the Hecht Co. and Jos. A. Bank. The Cardinal Shehan Center/Stella Maris, a comprehensive-care facility in Dulaney Valley, has appointed Sister Karen McNally, R.S.M.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | January 19, 1996
Casey & Associates Inc., a leading Baltimore commercial real estate firm, has informed employees of a restructuring that will add management and result in an office consolidation.As part of the restructuring, over the next six months the real estate brokerage and property management firm intends to largely combine its Towson and downtown offices, which represent two of its three offices; create a five-member board of directors; retain a chief operating officer to manage daily operations, and establish an employee stock plan.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Commercial real estate firm Colliers Pinkard yesterday announced that Richard F. Blue Jr. will join the firm Monday, leaving behind a 17-year career with rival Casey & Associates Inc.Mr. Blue, who last month was named 1994 commercial Realtor of the year by the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, will join Pinkard as a partner and executive vice president. He also will manage Pinkard's Baltimore County office."Colliers Pinkard provides a full range of services beyond simply brokerage," Mr. Blue said.
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April 22, 1995
Fla. sues USF&G over policiesThe state of Florida filed a lawsuit yesterday against USF&G Corp. to block the insurer from canceling 17,000 Florida homeowners insurance policies to cut losses from Hurricane Andrew.The state asked for an emergency injunction in state circuit court in Tallahassee after the Baltimore-based insurer failed to meet a deadline yesterday to stop cancellations that Florida Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson said were prohibited under a 1994 moratorium.USF&G officials could not be immediately reached for comment.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | January 11, 1993
The news at first jarred observers who'd grown jaded after two years of layoffs and near-chaos in commercial real estate.As Baltimore's Casey & Associates announced that it had plucked three top brokers from cross-town competitor CB Commercial Real Estate Inc., the surprise wasn't that the salesmen were leaving CB Commercial. It was that Casey & Associates President J. Joseph Casey -- or anyone, for that matter -- was beginning to expand at all."Obviously, I'm an optimist," said Mr. Casey, a 49-year old Homeland resident with an accountant's education but a salesman's heart, whose love of schmoozing could make Bill Clinton seem almost taciturn.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney | November 25, 1992
Clendenin affiliate to buy warehouseSignet Bank/Maryland will have a short tenure as owner of the former Levenson & Klein warehouse on Erdman Avenue in East Baltimore.The 305,000-square-foot building will soon be sold to a company affiliated with Clendenin Brothers Inc., John C. Corckran, Clendenin co-chief executive, said."We're next-door neighbors to the Levenson & Klein building. It was logical," said Mr. Corckran, whose company makes aluminum and other non-ferrous nails, rivets and other fasteners.
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February 5, 1996
New positionsWicker senior associate at Millman Search GroupMillman Search Group, a Baltimore-based national retail industry executive search firm, announced that Debbie Wicker was named a senior associate and assigned to the firm's headquarters. Most recently she was with the Talbots retail chain and has held positions as a buyer and manager for ARA Leisure Services, the Hecht Co. and Jos. A. Bank. The Cardinal Shehan Center/Stella Maris, a comprehensive-care facility in Dulaney Valley, has appointed Sister Karen McNally, R.S.M.
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April 22, 1995
Fla. sues USF&G over policiesThe state of Florida filed a lawsuit yesterday against USF&G Corp. to block the insurer from canceling 17,000 Florida homeowners insurance policies to cut losses from Hurricane Andrew.The state asked for an emergency injunction in state circuit court in Tallahassee after the Baltimore-based insurer failed to meet a deadline yesterday to stop cancellations that Florida Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson said were prohibited under a 1994 moratorium.USF&G officials could not be immediately reached for comment.
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October 26, 1992
NEW POSITIONS* The National Association of Purchasing Management has named Ella H. Pierce, Baltimore City's purchasing agent since 1987, as District V director. The association is a professional organization of public and private-sector purchasing agents, materials managers and inventory specialists. Ms. Pierce, who continues as the city's chief procurement officer, will be responsible for the association's affiliates in six states -- Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina -- as well as Washington.
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Staff Writer | April 22, 1992
F&M drugstore chain set to open store in RemingtonF&M Distributors of Detroit, owner of the F&M drugstore chain, has signed a 15-year lease to occupy a 35,000-square-foot "superdrug" store at the northeast corner of Remington Avenue and 29th Street in Baltimore, former site of the Chesapeake Cadillac Co. showroom.A joint venture of Steve Sibel and Michael Klein began demolition work on the site earlier this month and plans to complete the one-story replacement building by the end of the year.
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