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By Edward Gunts | November 12, 1991
After investing four years and more than $20 million assembling seven parcels downtown to make way for Baltimore's tallest office building, the Trammell Crow Co. has pulled out of the development team for the 45-story One Light Street tower.Trammell Crow also has abandoned plans to build the 800,000-square-foot Owings Run office complex, allowing its option to buy the Owings Mills parcel to expire.It is re-evaluating its plans to participate in the development of Dorchester, a 300-acre business community planned for the southeast corner of Dorsey Road and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,Sun reporter | June 26, 2008
The Army has reached a tentative deal with a Texas-based development firm to build a large office park at Fort Meade, with the firm pledging to work with local and state officials to ease expected traffic congestion around the post. Trammell Crow Co. announced yesterday that it had reached agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Fort Meade to develop 1.7 million square feet of office space on the post along Reece Road. The $550 million project, to be called Fort Meade Technology Center, would include offices, park areas and shops.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | January 22, 1993
One of Towson's biggest office buildings is scheduled to go on the auction block next week, as insurance giant Aetna Corp. forecloses on Court Towers, a 135,000-square-foot building developed by the Trammell Crow Co.Trammell Crow defaulted on a $23.7 million loan it received from Aetna in 1990, according to Baltimore County Circuit Court records. The company owes Aetna more than $26 million.Donald G. Taylor, regional managing partner for Trammell Crow, blamed the foreclosure on high debt and falling rental rates for office space.
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By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,Sun reporter | February 7, 2008
A national real-estate developer that hopes to build a sprawling office park at Fort Meade would be required to at least pay property taxes, according to an opinion from the state attorney general's office. The 19-page opinion appears to offer the legal underpinning for state legislation that would permit the state and Anne Arundel County to negotiate with Texas-based Trammell Crow Co., which wants to build a $700 million office project on Fort Meade property for up to 10,000 workers arriving as part of a major defense expansion.
BUSINESS
By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2001
A long-planned office and retail development that would add another silhouette to the Inner Harbor skyline is finally on track with the help of a new developer. Trammell Crow Co., a national commercial real estate services company, has signed on to build the Lockwood Place office building on the campus of Baltimore City Community College at 500 E. Pratt St. The offices will be part of what the project's developers promise will be nationally known shops, fancy restaurants and abundant parking.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Sun reporter | November 3, 2006
The developer tapped by the Army to redevelop 540 acres of Fort Meade is proposing a $700 million office and retail project at the prime location just outside the main gate. The area around the fort is rapidly expanding as thousands of new workers start to flock to Fort Meade as part of a reorganization of the nation's military bases. Trammell Crow Co., of Dallas, has proposed building more than 2 million square feet of offices in about 15 buildings spanning three, park-like office campuses on 173 vacant acres north of Route 175, a vice president of the company said yesterday.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | May 23, 1991
Two and a half years after it first tried to buy the Southern Hotel at auction as part of the site where it wants to build Baltimore's tallest office building, a group headed by the Trammell Crow Co. has completed the transaction.A joint venture of Trammell Crow and Capital Guidance of Geneva, Switzerland, took title on May 16 to the vacant 13-story hotel at 14 Light St., the largest of seven properties that Trammell Crow has tried to gain control of so it can build a 45-story office tower called One Light Street.
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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 Edward Gunts | April 18, 1991
The Trammell Crow Co.'s plan to construct the tallest office building in Baltimore apparently was kept alive yesterday, as Signet Bank/Maryland canceled a foreclosure sale of the Southern Hotel -- a key component of the tract of land Trammell Crow was assembling.Steve Fox, a representative of Michael Fox Auctioneers, told people coming to the auction at 1 p.m. yesterday that it had been called off earlier in the day by Signet, the lender that had initiated foreclosure proceedings against the hotel's current owner.
NEWS
By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,Sun reporter | February 7, 2008
A national real-estate developer that hopes to build a sprawling office park at Fort Meade would be required to at least pay property taxes, according to an opinion from the state attorney general's office. The 19-page opinion appears to offer the legal underpinning for state legislation that would permit the state and Anne Arundel County to negotiate with Texas-based Trammell Crow Co., which wants to build a $700 million office project on Fort Meade property for up to 10,000 workers arriving as part of a major defense expansion.
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By Ruma Kumar and Ruma Kumar,sun reporter | December 19, 2007
Facing possible cuts in every county department because of a sluggish housing market and decreased state education aid, Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold told county legislators he's turning to a national real estate giant for help. At a meeting held yesterday to offer delegates a comprehensive, and at times sobering, picture of the county's budget, Leopold said Trammell Crow Co. could help alleviate the county's fiscal strain. The real estate development firm is negotiating with the county about helping to pay for new roads and other infrastructure around the base to accommodate growth around Fort Meade.
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By Phillip McGowan and Dan Lamothe and Phillip McGowan and Dan Lamothe,Sun reporters | April 14, 2007
Army commanders will meet with Anne Arundel County officials in the coming weeks to discuss plans to have a private developer build a $700 million office complex at Fort Meade, a proposal that would transform the Army post but that would cost the county millions in tax revenue. One of the nation's largest real estate developers, Trammell Crow Co., has entered into exclusive negotiations with the Army to build at least 2 million square feet of office space to handle 10,000 defense contract workers drawn by base realignment and closure, or BRAC, and an expansion of the National Security Agency.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Sun reporter | January 19, 2007
Cushman & Wakefield, an international real estate brokerage in New York, will expand to Baltimore next week with a lineup of local veteran brokers from the former Trammell Crow Co. Rival CB Richard Ellis Group Inc, the world's largest commercial real estate services company, acquired Trammell Crow in December for about $1.79 billion. Earlier this month, Cushman & Wakefield ended its alliance with MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC of Lutherville to expand on its own after MacKenzie turned down offers to be acquired.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,sun reporter | October 26, 2006
One of downtown Baltimore's trophy office buildings, 500 E. Pratt St., is on the market and generating strong interest from potential buyers, an owner's representative said yesterday. The owner of the 12-story tower, one of the newest at the Inner Harbor, will be considering offers over the next couple of weeks and expects to select a buyer before Thanksgiving, said Bruce Strasburg, a principal and senior vice president with Trammell Crow Co.'s Washington office. Trammell Crow is representing the building's owner, Multi-Employer Property Trust, a pool of public and private pension funds.
BUSINESS
April 15, 2006
Awards The Mid-Atlantic offices of Trammell Crow Co. received four awards from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, Maryland Chapter. Trammell Crow won trophies for Best High-Rise Office; Best Industrial Build-to-Suit; Best Interior-Public Common Area and Best Once in a Lifetime Transaction. Paul Reed Smith Guitars' PRS 513 model was named Best Electric Guitar of the Year and was awarded a Musikmesse International Press Award for the second consecutive year. The American Animal Hospital Association honored VCA Lewis Animal Hospital in Howard County for its 25 years of commitment to excellence in small animal care.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | July 30, 2004
Reznick Fedder & Silverman, an accounting firm in the Mercantile Bankshares Corp. building, plans to move into the new office tower at 500 E. Pratt St. by year's end, officials said yesterday. The firm, in Mercantile's 21-story building at 2 Hopkins Plaza, is the first tenant to sign a letter of intent for space in the 279,000-square-foot office building developed by Trammell Crow Co. that overlooks the Inner Harbor. "We wanted to get the most appealing space we could for our staff," said Bill Riley, principal in charge at Reznick.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | May 27, 1992
The local manager of the proposed 45-story One Light Street office project has accepted a new job in Houston, but his move is not expected to affect the $180 million development, which was already on hold because of the weak commercial real estate market.Dirk Mosis has decided to return to Trammell Crow Co., a Dallas-based developer he left last year, according to Amer Hammour, executive vice president of Capital Guidance Corp., which represents investors in the One Light Street project.Mr.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | May 27, 1992
The local manager of the proposed 45-story One Light Street office project has accepted a new job in Houston, but his move is not expected to affect the $180 million development, which was already on hold because of the weak commercial real estate market.Dirk Mosis has decided to return to Trammell Crow Co., the Dallas developer he left last year, according to Amer Hammour, executive vice president of Capital Guidance Corp., which represents investors in the One Light Street project.Mr. Mosis worked in Trammell Crow's Baltimore office until November, when Crow withdrew from One Light Street's development team.
BUSINESS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2003
Baltimore Aircoil Co., one of the area's oldest makers of industrial cooling and heat transfer equipment, is closing its manufacturing plant in Jessup and transferring at least 150 jobs to facilities in Delaware and Illinois. The company is selling most of its nearly 100-acre site off U.S. 1 to developer Trammell Crow Co., which will construct about 700,000 square feet of warehouse and industrial buildings on the property, re-using the old Aircoil headquarters. Baltimore Aircoil will retain 10 acres for a new headquarters campus across the street from the company's current headquarters.
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