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1112, 2017

What do King Syrup and Race Pace Bicycles Have in Common?

By |December 11th, 2017|Categories: Construction|

Conveniently located near the harbor, with easy access to both I-95 and the city center, the project known as 1414 Key Highway, an investment of the Goodier Property Group, and once home to the Mangels-Herold Company, a distributor of corn syrup, is one filled with history and character.  In the Mangels-Herold days, an early rendition of entrepreneurial

1112, 2017

Building for an Aging Population

By |December 11th, 2017|Categories: Construction|

The demographics of aging are somewhat astounding.  Many predict that by 2030, the segment of our populace which is 65 or older will make up 19% of our country’s population.  With this remarkable growth comes an increasing demand for related health care services, including senior living facilities.  This has resulted in intensified design and construction of new

1411, 2017

Changes Coming to Annapolis City Dock aka “Ego Alley”

By |November 14th, 2017|Categories: Construction|

Surrounding the waterfront property at 110 Compromise Street, signs read, “No Docking”, “Sidewalk Closed”, and “Danger! Peligro! Construction Area”; But what these signs are actually revealing to this Annapolis community is that new life is being breathed into this long unoccupied building.  Formerly home to Fawcett Boat Supplies, the building has remained vacant since their move many