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Holiday Crafts and More at Cross Street and Hollins Market Today

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Join us at Cross Street and Hollins Market on Saturday, December 3rd for holiday fun for the family. Holiday Crafts, Snacks and a Visit from Santa! 12 – 3 PM at Cross Street Market and 12 – 2 PM at Hollins Market This event is

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Requests for Proposals to Lease, Purchase or Redevelop Broadway and Hollins Markets

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Baltimore Development Corp. and Public Markets Corp. Issue Requests for Proposals to Lease, Purchase or Redevelop Broadway and Hollins Markets For Immediate Release December 1, 2016 CONTACT: Susan Yum or Joann Logan Baltimore Development Corp. 410-837-9305 syum@nullBaltimoreDevelopment.com jlogan@nullBaltimoreDevelopment.com BALTIMORE, Md. (December 1, 2016) – Today,

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JOHN HOPKINS – DAYS AT THE NORTHEAST MARKET OUTREACH & EDUCATION SERVIES

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WED, AUGUST 31ST NAT’L CANCER SCREENING DAY WED, SEPTEMBER 28TH PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS WED, OCTOBER 28TH BREAST CANCER AWARENESS & PRCREAS CANCER AWARENESS WED, NOVEMBER 23RD LUNG CANCER AWARENESS & PANCREAS CANCER AWARENESS WED, DECEMBER 14TH JH-SKCCC HOPE CAMPAIGN FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT JHU COEC

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Fenwick Choice Meats

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Where can one find a classic old-school butcher in this town? We recommend Henry Reisinger of Fenwick Meats at the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. The business has been around since 1952. Henry started in 1985 and took over the business 2 years later.

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Steve’s Lunch

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Take a stroll down to Cross Street Market in Federal Hill on your lunch break and pop into Steve’s Lunch, an eatery that’s been around since 1964 and a local favorite among the South Baltimore crowd for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack. Owner John

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About Baltimore Public Markets

Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) was established in 1995 as a non-profit organization, to operate the public markets in a manner beneficial to the City of Baltimore and it's citizens. We are proud to be part of Baltimore's many hard working agencies, associations and organizations that are largely responsible for making Baltimore the extraordinary city it is today.

“Over the past three years, the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (“BPMC”) had received numerous requests by both the merchants of Cross Street Market and members of the South Baltimore community for substantial new investment in the market, something BPMC could not accomplish on its own. Accordingly, after soliciting proposals pursuant to a public offering, BPMC entered into an agreement with Caves Valley to renovate and manage the market. Caves, with its original partner, was the sole bidder. Together, the City of Baltimore and Caves agreed to contribute $6.5 million for much-needed renovations and capital improvements, $4.5 million of which was to be contributed by Caves.

While there is substantial consensus on the need for renovation, there is a divergence of opinions on the future vision of the market. Today, at the request of Caves Valley, BPMC agreed to mutually terminate its agreement with Caves. The termination is effective March 1, 2017, which will give BPMC time to reassign employees back to the market. In light of today’s announcement, BPMC will need time to regroup and consider next steps for developing an action plan that will have the best interests of both the community and merchants in mind.”