Our Greenleigh at Crossroads client Pooles Island Brewing Co. was featured in a recent Baltimore Sun story: The Baltimore Sun | Wesley Case A new craft brewery, Pooles Island Brewing Co., plans to open in Middle River in late November. Named after the Maryland island in the Chesapeake Bay, Pooles Island plans to brew a wide variety […]

Baltimore Business Journal | Amanda Yeager According to local lore, Pooles Island was once the site of a peach orchard floating in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. Later, the island was purchased by Aberdeen Proving Ground as a site to test artillery. Now it’s also the namesake of a brewery coming soon to Middle […]

Bisnow Baltimore  |  Matthew Rothstein A year ago, Mid-Atlantic Properties President Wayne Gioioso lamented the slow progress of Towson. Now, he has changed his tune. “After several years of turnover, you’re now starting to see the people who care about Towson and have a vision for Towson [developing],” Gioioso said. “So now people are thinking, […]

Baltimore County Department of Economic & Workforce Development  |  Diana Creasy Sitting along Maryland Route 43 in Middle River, Baltimore Crossroads is changing the economic landscape of eastern Baltimore County. One of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest mixed-use communities, Baltimore Crossroads offers over 6,000,000 square feet of office, flex, warehouse and industrial space, along with a hotel, retail […]

The Maryland Society of Professional Engineers Reflecting on the political career of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, members of the development community described how one life can shape a skyline. Kamenetz, who died suddenly in May, had been a fierce advocate for thoughtful growth that generated not just construction projects, but also new sources of […]

Southeast Real Estate Business  |  Bill Holzman A number of high-profile retail and mixed-use developments throughout the greater Baltimore metropolitan area have been stuck in neutral over the past few years, with issues ranging from changes to the local real estate environment, construction issues, leasing challenges related to store closings and consolidations, corporate reevaluations and the constantly shifting tastes and shopping habits of the Baltimore consumer. […]

“Greenleigh at Crossroads was Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s idea,” Edward St. John, Chairman of St. John Properties told a gathering of more than 300 business people and local residents attending the Discover Greenleigh at Crossroads luncheon recently. The event was organized to celebrate the accomplishments achieved at Greenleigh at Crossroads, the next development phase […]