More than 200 emergency responders battled a large fire at a construction site in College Park, Md. on Monday. Causing approximately $39 million in damages, the fire at the wood-framed apartment complex is the largest “suppression effort and the highest fire loss estimate” in the history of the Prince George County, according to fire department officials.
Whether it's a university seeking to attract a prospective students, a suburban hospital aiming to draw more patients or a corporation recruiting employees, MidAtlantic owners are keeping the region's construction and renovation market active.
Kenneth Guscott, a Boston real estate developer responsible for helping revive Dudley Square in Roxbury, died in a fire at his home on Sunday night along with is father-in-law Leroy Whitmore. Guscott was 91.