Baltimore's Condo Boom

Condo development in the city has swelled, following a mid-90s swoon; now the city's new tallest building could be a skyscraper built for condos.

"From 414 Water Street, the first condominiums under way in the central business district, to the Ritz Carlton Residences, where buyers are spending $1 million and up for Inner Harbor housing with a spa, concierge and valet parking, downtown Baltimore is in the midst of its biggest wave of condo development.

The latest announced project -- a 59-story skyscraper in the Inner Harbor that would be by far the city's tallest building -- would add 192 top-dollar condos to Baltimore's downtown residential market."

Full Story: Condo fever comes to town

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