Presidential Partners

  • Ground Broken on $65.6M Innovation Hub in East Baltimore

    Forest City-New East Baltimore Partnership, a partnership between Forest City Enterprises, Inc. and Presidential Partners LLC, is building a new innovation hub for life sciences in East Baltimore, just north of the Johns Hopkins medical campus. The project is called 1812 Ashland Avenue and is expected to cost $65.6 million.

    Baltimore 26 May 2015 12:17

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