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  • Monument Realty to Build New NAB HQ Next Spring

    The National Association of Broadcasters is moving its headquarters to D.C.’s Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. NAB has recently reached an agreement with local developer Monument Realty and its investment partner, the New York-based Angelo, Gordon & Company, to purchase upon completion a new office building at One M Street. The move-in is scheduled for fall 2018.

    Washington Dc 17 April 2015 19:51
  • Whole Foods to Expand in Baltimore’s Harbor East with New Flagship Store

    Whole Foods Market is expanding in downtown Baltimore. The supermarket chain recently announced it will relocate to 711 S. Central Avenue, where it will occupy almost 50,000 square feet of space, more than double the size of its current location.

    Baltimore 18 February 2015 08:00

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