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JUNE 2013

JUNE 2013

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 — JUNE 2013 — 
 
$18M Granted for Station North Redevelopment 
June 3, Baltimore Business Journal 
Station North is one step closer to getting two new restaurants, anartist incubator and a home for a new film program between MICAand Johns Hopkins - all under one roof.
Senator Theatre Could Reopen As Early As August 
June 11, Baltimore Business Journal 
The Senator Theatre could open as early as August if renovationsproceed as planned, a goal owner James "Buzz" Cusack said wasoptimistic given the challenges of the project.
 
 Shuttered for Decades, The Chesapeake Opened June 1
June 11, The Baltimore Sun
A new restaurant named The Chesapeake opened June 17th inCharles North, where another restaurant named The Chesapeakeclosed more than 20 years ago.
 
 Design Panel Endorses Plans for Park in Middle East 
June 13, The Daily Record 
The project includes 1,700 - 2,000 new residential units, 1.1 millionsquare feet of commercial and retail space, and a new
 
kindergarten through eighth-grade charter school.
 
 Rawlings-Blake on Lexington Market Improvements
June 18, Baltimore Business Journal 
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake gave a speech highlighting waysBaltimore can attract 10,000 new families by 2020, which include a$20 to $25 million renovation of Lexington Market.
 
 Kamenetz Announces $300M Towson Row Development 
June 19, Citybizlist 
Kamenetz unveiled the concept for Towson Row, a $300 millionmixed-use development at the southern gateway to downtownTowson, to be developed by Caves Valley Partners.
 
Councilman Holds Up Financing Deal for Harbor Point 
June 20, The Baltimore Sun
Councilman Carl Stokes is holding up $107 million in infrastructurefinancing for the Harbor Point development as he seeks moredetailed information to justify the deal.
 
2013 Top 100: Top 10 Growth Chains
June 24, Nation's Restaurant News
Sandwich player Firehouse Subs claimed the top position, while amixture of large and smaller fast-casual and quick-serve conceptsrounded out the group.
 
 Superblock Developers Scrapped; New RFP Scheduled 
June 26, Baltimore Business Journal 
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake denied Lexington Square PartnersLLC a fourth extension to find funding for the $152M project. Themost recent extension was set to expire June 30.

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