Marc Fischer started his commercial real estate consulting business, InspiRE, five years ago. As we work together to stop the spread of COVID-19, Fischer has been advising landlords and tenants and analyzing the ways businesspeople can survive economically while still helping to solve the biggest public health crisis of our time.Learn more
Keith Harmon, director of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program at UMBC, remembers the day in 2004 when he met a high school senior named Kizzmekia Corbett. Corbett was just taking an early step en route to a fascinating place – the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, where she leads the team that is developing the coronavirus vaccine.Read more
Lee & Associates | Maryland has brokered the sale of a condominium unit within 7120 Minstrel Way in Columbia for approximately $483,000 to Hascon, a general contracting company providing construction and development management, design/build and tenant fit-out and renovation services to the greater Washington, D.C. region. More info
Columbia-based QuoLab Technologies has entered the market with a collaborative, data-centric security operations platform. QuoLab provides solutions to the most pressing security challenges of our time; affording the ability to process data at scale and enable human operators to deliver on their mission efficiently. See the details
The Maryland Bankers Association applauds the U.S. Congress’ passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, an important federal stimulus bill that will help provide greatly needed help to Marylanders and Maryland businesses.Learn more
Hundreds of employees of the nonprofit Maryland Environmental Service (MES) will share in its largest performance incentive compensation distribution ever awarded under a proposal to give funds earlier than normal to MES’ employees during the coronavirus crisis.Read the details
Economic Injury Disaster Loans provide working capital to businesses that have suffered substantial economic injury as a result of COVID-19. New provisions from the CARES Act allows this capital to be available faster and by a broader scope of business.Read how to apply
The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority will hold a virtual public hearing at 3 p.m. on Friday, April 17, (rescheduled from March 16) on a request to enlarge the boundaries of the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area.