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December 14, 1998
New positionsHuman Genome promotes Ruben to VP for researchHuman Genome Sciences Inc. promoted Steven M. Ruben to the new position of vice president, research. Ruben was the first person hired by HGSI to hold the job title of scientist.Before joining HGSI, he was with the Roche Institute of Molecular Biology. He earned his doctorate in cell and molecular biology from the University of Cincinnati, has published many scientific articles and is a co-inventor of several HGSI patents.HGSI also promoted Timothy A. Coleman to director, protein development, and A. Anders Brookes to director, intellectual property.
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By Larry Perl, lperl@tribune.co | October 8, 2013
Residents at a public meeting Monday said downscaled plans for a Walmart-anchored shopping center in Remington seem "cheap," and two Baltimore City Council members threatened to seek renewed council scrutiny of the project unless neighbors' concerns are addressed. Recent changes to the proposed center, 25th Street Station, which is being developed by WV Urban Developments, LLC,  are classified by the Planning Department as "minor revisions," needing only Planning Commission approval.
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BUSINESS
April 26, 1999
New positionsMcCormick names Brennan trade marketing directorMcCormick & Co., the Sparks-based spice and flavorings maker, appointed James E. Brennan as director of trade marketing for its McCormick/Schilling division. He will be responsible for trade practices, planning and trade spending. Brennan joined the company in 1981 as a sales representative. A resident of Timonium, he is a graduate of Wheeling Jesuit College in West Virginia.Teague is marketing chief for Marley Station mallMarley Station named Melissa Teague director of marketing for the north Anne Arundel County shopping mall.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2011
The Howard Hughes Corp. moved closer this month to firming up plans for an 817-unit residential development in Columbia's town center by naming two partners who will help carry out the project. Howard Hughes announced it will be working with Kettler of McLean, Va., which specializes in multi-family housing development. Also involved with the partnership is Orchard Development of Ellicott City. Howard Hughes officials announced in October that they were seeking county approval to build a mixed-use development containing up to 817 residences and more than 75,000 square feet of retail space next to the Mall in Columbia.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2011
The Howard Hughes Corp. moved closer this month to firming up plans for an 817-unit residential development in Columbia's town center by naming two partners who will help carry out the project. Howard Hughes announced it will be working with Kettler of McLean, Va., which specializes in multi-family housing development. Also involved with the partnership is Orchard Development of Ellicott City. Howard Hughes officials announced in October that they were seeking county approval to build a mixed-use development containing up to 817 residences and more than 75,000 square feet of retail space next to the Mall in Columbia.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | October 10, 1991
The historic U.S. Custom House at Gay and Lombard streets is slated to undergo an $11 million face lift starting late next year, its first major renovation in more than a decade.FTC The architectural firm of D'Aleo Inc. and the Philadelphia-based preservation architect Hyman Myers have been hired to handle design work for the project, which involves upgrading spaces throughout the 1908 landmark. "The goal is to restore the building as much as possible and bring it up to code," said Trudy Wang, project manager for the Philadelphia office of the General Services Administration, which issued the contract for the work.
BUSINESS
February 20, 1991
Renovation and construction work has begun to turn the former Betsy Ross School at 400 Millington Ave., into a 101-unit apartment for elderly residents.The $4.5 million project will include renovations of the existing building and construction of a four-story addition. The existing building is 24,500 square feet and the new addition will have 34,500 square feet. Altogether, the project will have 60,000 square feet of living space.The owner of the project is Bon Secours Hospital and the project will be called the Bon Secours' Benet House.
NEWS
By Larry Perl, lperl@tribune.co | October 8, 2013
Residents at a public meeting Monday said downscaled plans for a Walmart-anchored shopping center in Remington seem "cheap," and two Baltimore City Council members threatened to seek renewed council scrutiny of the project unless neighbors' concerns are addressed. Recent changes to the proposed center, 25th Street Station, which is being developed by WV Urban Developments, LLC,  are classified by the Planning Department as "minor revisions," needing only Planning Commission approval.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
An angel has emerged for the former parish house of Old St. Paul's Church in downtown Baltimore.The fate of the 1870s-era landmark has been in doubt since last summer, when a Hagerstown bank bought it at auction. Earlier in the year, the bank had begun foreclosure proceedings against a Baltimore group that converted the building to offices in 1983.But this month, the law firm of Boyd, Benson & Hendrickson signed a lease that will give it control of the building at 309 Cathedral St. for the next 20 years.
TRAVEL
By Susan Spano and Susan Spano,Los Angeles Times | April 22, 2007
ELCIEGO, SPAIN / / The theatrical, floor-to-ceiling, merlot-colored drapes at the Marques de Riscal would suit a production of Hedda Gabler or Hamlet. But this is not a tragedy. This is a guestroom at the first and only hotel designed by Frank Gehry. When the curtains part at the push of a button, you see a picture window with angular contours, erratically tilted panes and a zigzagging window seat. The undercarriage of the roof, wrapped in pink, gold and silver titanium ribbons, is visible in the foreground, and in the distance lies the sleepy stone village of Elciego, surrounded by soldierly vineyards of northern Spain's Rioja wine country.
TRAVEL
By Susan Spano and Susan Spano,Los Angeles Times | April 22, 2007
ELCIEGO, SPAIN / / The theatrical, floor-to-ceiling, merlot-colored drapes at the Marques de Riscal would suit a production of Hedda Gabler or Hamlet. But this is not a tragedy. This is a guestroom at the first and only hotel designed by Frank Gehry. When the curtains part at the push of a button, you see a picture window with angular contours, erratically tilted panes and a zigzagging window seat. The undercarriage of the roof, wrapped in pink, gold and silver titanium ribbons, is visible in the foreground, and in the distance lies the sleepy stone village of Elciego, surrounded by soldierly vineyards of northern Spain's Rioja wine country.
BUSINESS
April 26, 1999
New positionsMcCormick names Brennan trade marketing directorMcCormick & Co., the Sparks-based spice and flavorings maker, appointed James E. Brennan as director of trade marketing for its McCormick/Schilling division. He will be responsible for trade practices, planning and trade spending. Brennan joined the company in 1981 as a sales representative. A resident of Timonium, he is a graduate of Wheeling Jesuit College in West Virginia.Teague is marketing chief for Marley Station mallMarley Station named Melissa Teague director of marketing for the north Anne Arundel County shopping mall.
BUSINESS
December 14, 1998
New positionsHuman Genome promotes Ruben to VP for researchHuman Genome Sciences Inc. promoted Steven M. Ruben to the new position of vice president, research. Ruben was the first person hired by HGSI to hold the job title of scientist.Before joining HGSI, he was with the Roche Institute of Molecular Biology. He earned his doctorate in cell and molecular biology from the University of Cincinnati, has published many scientific articles and is a co-inventor of several HGSI patents.HGSI also promoted Timothy A. Coleman to director, protein development, and A. Anders Brookes to director, intellectual property.
FEATURES
By Jonathan Weisman and Jonathan Weisman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 13, 1998
WASHINGTON -- They wait for hours in the summer heat, drowsy or frustrated or just plain bored in their Bermuda shorts or sweat-drenched tank tops. They wander the grounds, vaguely lost. They crowd the corridors, not quite sure what they're looking at but pretty impressed nonetheless.All told, the throngs of tourists at the Capitol tend to be a fairly bewildered lot, but who could blame them? They enter the grand symbol of our representative democracy through four public entrances, into a dizzying labyrinth of corridors, anxiously searching for signs, asking anybody in a tie or uniform for directions.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
An angel has emerged for the former parish house of Old St. Paul's Church in downtown Baltimore.The fate of the 1870s-era landmark has been in doubt since last summer, when a Hagerstown bank bought it at auction. Earlier in the year, the bank had begun foreclosure proceedings against a Baltimore group that converted the building to offices in 1983.But this month, the law firm of Boyd, Benson & Hendrickson signed a lease that will give it control of the building at 309 Cathedral St. for the next 20 years.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | October 10, 1991
The historic U.S. Custom House at Gay and Lombard streets is slated to undergo an $11 million face lift starting late next year, its first major renovation in more than a decade.FTC The architectural firm of D'Aleo Inc. and the Philadelphia-based preservation architect Hyman Myers have been hired to handle design work for the project, which involves upgrading spaces throughout the 1908 landmark. "The goal is to restore the building as much as possible and bring it up to code," said Trudy Wang, project manager for the Philadelphia office of the General Services Administration, which issued the contract for the work.
FEATURES
By Jonathan Weisman and Jonathan Weisman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 13, 1998
WASHINGTON -- They wait for hours in the summer heat, drowsy or frustrated or just plain bored in their Bermuda shorts or sweat-drenched tank tops. They wander the grounds, vaguely lost. They crowd the corridors, not quite sure what they're looking at but pretty impressed nonetheless.All told, the throngs of tourists at the Capitol tend to be a fairly bewildered lot, but who could blame them? They enter the grand symbol of our representative democracy through four public entrances, into a dizzying labyrinth of corridors, anxiously searching for signs, asking anybody in a tie or uniform for directions.
NEWS
May 28, 2009
The Baltimore Sun is committed to providing fair and accurate coverage. Readers who have concerns or comments are encouraged to call us at 888-539-1280. A recent story about a therapy garden at the Kennedy Krieger Institute did not note the project's landscape architect, Mahan Rykiel Associates.
BUSINESS
February 20, 1991
Renovation and construction work has begun to turn the former Betsy Ross School at 400 Millington Ave., into a 101-unit apartment for elderly residents.The $4.5 million project will include renovations of the existing building and construction of a four-story addition. The existing building is 24,500 square feet and the new addition will have 34,500 square feet. Altogether, the project will have 60,000 square feet of living space.The owner of the project is Bon Secours Hospital and the project will be called the Bon Secours' Benet House.
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