Md. city board clears hurdle for waterfront development

05/21/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

The Baltimore Board of Finance has unanimously approved $107 million in tax-increment financing to fund infrastructure work at the $1 billion Harbor Point mixed-use project, to be developed by Harbor Point Development Group. Work on a 23-story tower that will be the headquarters of energy firm Exelon is expected to start by summer. The City Council will review the proposal.

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