Developers are finding new uses for underutilized buildings in downtown Baltimore and its nearby neighborhoods. Among the "adaptive reuse" projects recently announced is the conversion to apartments of 10 Light St., the red-brick office tower crowned with green and gold that is one of Baltimore's most iconic buildings. Get full coverage of some of Baltimore's adaptive reuse projects here.--Steve Kilar
9:47 AM CST, December 10, 2012
Yet another downtown commercial building is being converted to apartments.
6:18 PM CST, December 9, 2012
When the Four Seasons Baltimore opened last year on the downtown waterfront, it became one of the city's most expensive hotels, with rooms starting at $279 per night.
5:58 PM CST, December 7, 2012
Nearly 1,000 market-rate apartments would be added to downtown Baltimore in the next few years if three projects announced in recent days are completed.
2:26 PM CST, December 5, 2012
City officials have decided to move forward with a private developer's plan to turn six downtown buildings into apartments, the Baltimore Development Corp. announced.
11:20 AM CST, December 4, 2012
An Owings Mills-based real estate investment group announced plans Tuesday to convert a former Hochschild, Kohn & Co. department store warehouse and showroom in Mount Vernon into apartments.
11:31 AM CST, December 3, 2012
A Virginia firm is planning to convert 10 Light Street, Baltimore's iconic red-brick office tower topped with green and gold, into apartments.
2:50 PM CST, December 3, 2012
The defunct Baltimore International College is selling its former headquarters at 17 Commerce Street, according to a statement from the real estate firm handling the sale.
12:26 PM CST, December 1, 2012
Frankly fake but authentically Baltimore, the Formstone that swaths many a rowhouse may seem low-brow or even tacky to some.