Sign? What sign?
This isn't strictly housing-related, but it is real estate, and more importantly it made me laugh.
Lorraine Mirabella reports today that an attorney for the developer of the mixed-use McHenry Row project in Locust Point refused to confirm to the Baltimore Planning Commission that it had signed an upscale grocer even though the project artwork "depicted a large sign bearing the Harris Teeter name" on one of the structures.
"With regard to the grocer, that has not been announced yet," the developer's attorney, Stanley Fine, said to the commission, Mirabella reported.
"Well, it has now," Commission Chairman Peter Auchincloss shot back.