25th Street Station PUD approved

The Baltimore City Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to approve the planned, Walmart-anchored 25th Street Station shopping center, according to an article in The Baltimore Sun. Read more here: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/north-baltimore/ph-ms-25th-street-station-1128-20131121,0,944916,full.story

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Business Journal covers Walmart issue

The Baltimore Business Journal published a very balanced article about the Walmart at the proposed 25th Street Station. You can view it here: http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/blog/real-estate/2013/11/contentious-remington-walmart-pits.html?page=all

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Businessman speaks out on Walmart

Steve Karabelas, owner of Corky’s Grill on 23rd Street, wrote this Op-Ed in today’s edition of The Baltimore Sun: As a business owner and resident of Remington, I am writing because the voice of the majority is not being heard regarding the 25th Street Station project planned for the former Anderson Automotive site. Most of […]

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Join Seawall Nov. 16 for redevelopment plans

Community Flyer (11-16-13) Seawall Development Company will present revised early concept plans for the redevelopment of the 2700, 2800 and 2900 blocks of Remington Avenue this Saturday, November 16 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held in the conference rooms at Miller’s Court (2601 N. Howard Street, enter building at the opposite end from […]

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Vacants to Value event in Remington!

Remington is proud to host the 3rd anniversary of Vacants to Value on November 11 at 12:30 at 323 West Lorraine Avenue! GRIA president Judith Kunst has been asked to speak at the event, which also will be attended by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano.

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Another great year of Hauntingdon

Hauntingdon drew lots of praise again this year! See this link for lots of really colorful photography of the event: http://bemorephotography.org/hauntingdon

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Walmart design approved, with comments

The Walmart in Remington cleared a major hurdle yesterday when the Baltimore City Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel (UDARP) approved its latest revised design with comments. Changes from the original design presented September 26 to UDARP include far more trees, hedges and flowers, as well as benches, additional lighting and bike racks. However, the […]

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Latest Walmart designs

Attached is the presentation WV Urban will make to UDARP today. Please submit your comments to info.gria@gmail.com by this Sunday, Nov. 3!   25th Street Station October 31 UDARP

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Spirit Magazine recognizes Remington!

Spirit, the in-flight magazine of Southwest Airlines, recently recognized Remington as a neighborhood to notice! “It’s said that neighborhoods are the soul of a city. These five are proving it with passion and imagination… Remington, Baltimore  Like a lot of gentrifying neighborhoods, Remington was once a working-class stronghold. But unlike many, the central Baltimore hub […]

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Hauntingdon this Saturday!

Join your Remington neighbors on Oct. 26 from 5 pm to 8 pm in the 2900 block of  Huntingdon Avenue! Dozens of decorated porches provide fun trick-or-treating spots for kids to engage in activities, centered around this year’s theme: Classic Halloween. Events will include: A Haunted House with clowns of all kinds, ranging from friendly […]

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25th Street Station to present at GRIA meeting Monday

Please join us Monday at the GRIA Membership Meeting, when the 25th Street Station Development Team presents changes to the site per the October 10 UDARP Meeting. This is an opportunity for Remington residents to ask questions about the presentation, submit written comments on the site changes, and note any further changes you would like […]

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