August 2023- Monthly Newsletter



Lawmakers introduce bill to create Chesapeake Bay national park, with plan to minimize traffic

In an exciting development, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen and Congressman John Sarbanes have put forward a proposal designating the Chesapeake Bay as a unified National Recreation Area, with specific protection for 3 sites in Annapolis. This idea has been under consideration for over four decades, and it comes as no surprise, given the Chesapeake’s undeniable status as a national treasure that deserves safeguarding. However, as we applaud this move to preserve the Bay’s natural beauty and ecological importance, we must also be cautious about potential impacts on our local watermen and their livelihoods. Striking a delicate balance between conservation and supporting local communities will be essential as we move forward with this legislation.

Johns Hopkins’ childhood home in Gambrills scheduled for auction next month amid nonprofit’s restoration attempt

The childhood home of Johns Hopkins, Whites Hall, in Gambrills is set for auction.

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Have Healthy CRE Demand, But Developers Say ‘Insane’ Restrictions Are Slowing Growth

Pullback in Property Sales Shows Major Institutional Investors Exercising Caution

The State of the Suburbs: Developers Search for Ways to Make these Markets Successful


Hyatt Commercial Secures Prime DC Location for ACAP’s Mission-Driven Expansion

Los Angeles-based Crimson Coward Hot Chicken is coming to Pasadena this year with Owings Mills, Columbia locations also planned

Hyatt Faces Off Against Rosso in Epic Pickleball Battle at Chambers Event on August 10th!
Hyatt Commercial Secures Perfect Location for Hot Box Boxing & Sports Performance
Hot Box Boxing
Iconic Sunset Restaurant Sold for $1.5 Million in Glen Burnie
Lace Silhouette Lingerie joins Annapolis!
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