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October 10, 1990
SYKESVILLE - The Town Council opened three bids Monday for purchase of historic Bloomfield Manor.The town wants to sell the century-old home and its 2.35 acres on Obrecht Road, after it was given to the town last year by developer Lowell R. Glazer.The highest bid -- $62,500 -- came from JDA Limited Partnership and Maryland Limited Partnership. Construction Associates Inc. of Randallstown, Baltimore County, bid $25,000.The third bid, from Mary Mercer Grough and Carol L. Mercer, was for $8,100.
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May 6, 2008
Smart employers know that offering good salaries and perks will help attract the best and brightest employees. That's why a growing number, including a majority of Fortune 500 companies, are choosing to extend health insurance benefits to same-sex domestic partners. It's a logical step for companies that genuinely seek to end workplace discrimination. The public sector is moving to do the same, which makes it all the more unfortunate that Gov. Martin O'Malley has not chosen to provide such a benefit to state employees.
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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | June 17, 2003
WASHINGTON - Vornado Realty Trust, New York's largest office-building owner, has agreed to buy a Washington office building from a limited partnership partly owned by trustees of the company for $77 million. The New York-based real estate investment trust will pay about $32 million in cash and $45 million in partnership units for the 370,000-square-foot building at 2101 L Street, Vornado said. Robert H. Smith and Robert P. Kogod, trustees of Vorando, together with family members, own 24 percent of the limited partnership.
NEWS
July 8, 2007
Harborplace, the 27-year-old centerpiece of Baltimore's renaissance, deserves more respect. Its latest indignity? The addition of 14 kiosks along the waterfront promenade offering the kind of fare more associated with Ocean City's boardwalk than a showcase urban park. Terrific for those in need of sunglasses and tanning lotion, appalling to all who expected the Inner Harbor's open-air aesthetics to be protected from such excesses. When, oh when, will city government learn? The decision to permit Harborplace Associates Limited Partnership (the local affiliate of General Growth Properties, the firm that bought Rouse Co.)
BUSINESS
June 26, 2000
June 22 Ellen S. Rutledge, 1153 Walters Mill Road, Forest Hill, a self-employed insurance agent, filed for an adjustment of debts under Chapter 13. Assets: $455,435; liabilities: $476,036 Abbreviations a.k.a.: also known as; c/o: care of; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; H/C: Holding Company; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional Corporation
BUSINESS
By Michelle Singletary and Michelle Singletary,Evening Sun Staff | June 5, 1991
Just when developer David Kornblatt thought things couldn't get worse, they did.His Baltimore real estate brokerage firm, the David Kornblatt Co., has been under federal bankruptcy protection for two months.On Monday, he filed for bankruptcy protection for four partnerships that developed, manage and lease the downtown St. Paul Plaza office tower.That same day, three banks filed a petition under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy laws, in essence an attempt to force Kornblatt and his wife, Barbara, into personal bankruptcy.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | October 24, 1990
The dollar volume of recorded commercial real estate transactions in the Baltimore area during the first half of 1990 was $721 million, a 29 percent drop from the volume in the first half of 1989, according to a report from Rufus S. Lusk & Son Inc.The number of commercial transactions during the first half of this year was 2,905, also a 29 percent decline from the 4,112 sales during the comparable period of 1989, according to Lusk.The dollar volume of Baltimore-area land sales was $175 million, a 57 percent decline from the $408 million in sales in the first half of 1990, Lusk said.
BUSINESS
August 28, 2000
Aug. 18 The Bay Paper Mill Inc., c/o 404 Golf Course Drive, Arnold, a provider of printing services a.k.a. The Paper Mill and as Park Print & Copy, has filed under Chapter 7. Principal: Bernard Katz, president. Assets: $22,693.35; liabilities: $414,193.06 Abbreviations a.k.a.: also known as; c/o: care of; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; H/C: Holding Company; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional Corporation
BUSINESS
September 17, 2001
Sept. 6 Schooley & Stempel Inc., 224 E. Main St. Westminster, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Principal: James C. Stempel, president. Assets: under $50,000; liabilities: $40,368.66 Rosse & Associates, 9475 Deereco Road, Timonium, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Principal: Claire B. Rosse, vice president. Assets: over $100,000; liabilities: over $500,000 Abbreviations a.k.a.: also known as; c/o: care of; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; n/l: not listed; H/C: Holding Company; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional Corporation
BUSINESS
June 2, 1997
Recent filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Maryland, Baltimore City:May 28Plastic Molding & Technology Inc.,6 Industrial Ave., North East, has filed under Chapter 7. Principal: Michael Don Ivey, president. Assets: $68,300. Liabilities: $1,329,396.42Abbreviationsa.k.a.: also known as; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional CorporationPub Date: 6/02/97
NEWS
November 12, 2006
The Harford County Development Advisory Committee serves as a forum for the review of subdivision and site plans submitted to the Department of Planning and Zoning by those seeking building permits. The committee will review the following proposals at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the second-floor conference room of the Harford County government building, 220 S. Main St., Bel Air: Box Hill South Corporate Center Location: On the north side of Box Hill south Parkway, east and west sides of Box Hill Corporate Center Drive.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | October 11, 2003
The Rouse Co. ended a contentious battle over its Columbia headquarters yesterday by agreeing to buy the distinctive white building for $11 million, offering a decisive answer to years of rumors that it wanted to leave the nationally known community it birthed. Speculation reached a fever pitch in the past week when it came to light that Rouse might be forced out of its Town Center location because it had failed to renew its lease in time. Some residents feared the company's embarrassing mistake was actually an exit strategy in disguise, because the major developer has shopping centers nationwide and two sizable community development projects in Nevada and Texas, while Columbia is nearing completion.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | June 17, 2003
WASHINGTON - Vornado Realty Trust, New York's largest office-building owner, has agreed to buy a Washington office building from a limited partnership partly owned by trustees of the company for $77 million. The New York-based real estate investment trust will pay about $32 million in cash and $45 million in partnership units for the 370,000-square-foot building at 2101 L Street, Vornado said. Robert H. Smith and Robert P. Kogod, trustees of Vorando, together with family members, own 24 percent of the limited partnership.
BUSINESS
December 31, 2001
Dec. 21 R&J Trucking Co. Inc., 3208 Lynch Road, Baltimore, filed under Chapter 7. Principal: Randall Shiflett, president. Assets: $102,210; liabilities: $205,756.11 Dec. 26 R&B Signs Inc., 7972 Belair Road, Fullerton, t/a Signs Now, filed under Chapter 7. Principal: Randall D. McDonald, president. Assets: $11,169.46; liabilities: $162,927,12 Abbreviations a.k.a.: also known as; c/o: care of; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; n/l: not listed; H/C: Holding Company; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional Corporation
BUSINESS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2001
The River Downs golf course near Finksburg is to be offered for sale at auction next month, after a foreclosure action filed this week in Carroll Circuit Court. "We intend to sell the property," said Richard A. Moore, president of Gaylord Brooks Investment Co. Inc. of Phoenix, a party in the River Downs Golf Course Limited Partnership that is named as the defendant. "The golf course is a nice golf course," Moore said. "It needs to be redesigned" to accommodate golfers with high handicaps who find it too difficult, he said.
BUSINESS
December 17, 2001
Dec. 10 John E. & Kimberly K. Russell, 1207 Ashmeade Square, Belcamp, t/a Russell Concrete, jointly filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $162,460; liabilities: $203,178 Dec. 11 McKinley J. and Cynthia L. (a.k.a. Cynthia Harrison) Williams, 3919 Brenbrook Drive, Randallstown, self-employed individuals, filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $139,040; liabilities: $171,933.62 Abbreviations a.k.a.: also known as; c/o: care of; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; n/l: not listed; H/C: Holding Company; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional Corporation
BUSINESS
December 17, 2001
Dec. 10 John E. & Kimberly K. Russell, 1207 Ashmeade Square, Belcamp, t/a Russell Concrete, jointly filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $162,460; liabilities: $203,178 Dec. 11 McKinley J. and Cynthia L. (a.k.a. Cynthia Harrison) Williams, 3919 Brenbrook Drive, Randallstown, self-employed individuals, filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $139,040; liabilities: $171,933.62 Abbreviations a.k.a.: also known as; c/o: care of; d/b/a: doing business as; t/a: trading as; n/a: not available; n/l: not listed; H/C: Holding Company; LLC: Limited Liability Company; L/P: Limited Partnership; J/V: Joint Venture; P/A: Professional Association; P/C: Professional Corporation
BUSINESS
November 19, 2001
Nov. 8 Communications Consulting & Services Inc. 1912 Furnace Road, Jarrettsville, a.k.a. CCS, filed under Chapter 7. Principal: Margaret A. Graff, president. Assets: $111,160.23; liabilities: $155,340.41 Timothy A. DeSilver, 10416 Brighton Road, Ocean City, a photographer, filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $788; liabilities: $68,638.42 Paul R. Whittington, 117 Fort Hoyle Road, Joppa, operating a carpentry business, filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $534,520; liabilities: $286,804 Nov. 13 Monumental Glass Co. Inc. 3630 Commerce Ave., Baltimore, filed for protection under Chapter 11. Principal: Dana S. LeCompte, president.
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