November 29, 2011
Fine china. A new crockpot. The down payment to a new home. What was on your bridal registry?
The Bozzuto Group, a Washington, D.C., based real estate company with services across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, announced that it is launching its Bozzuto Bridal Registry, where engaged couples can register for money that would be used towards the purchase of a new home—and it can be any property in the Bozzuto community. The best part? Bozzuto will match the… Continue reading
November 29, 2011
Add new homes to the list of gifts you can register for as you're planning a wedding.
Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Homes announced yesterday that it has launched a bridal registry to allow friends and relatives of engaged couples to contribute to their down payment. The company says it will match up to $15,000, with its contribution going to closing costs.
The first couple that signed up is buying a home in Ellicott City.
Homebuilders appear to be moving in this direction across… Continue reading
November 28, 2011
The Bozzuto Group recently announced a new program for people who want to buy one of the homes in their portfolio and it involves up to a free fifteen grand for any lovebirds tying the knot (or starting a domestic partnership). Couples can ask friends and family to donate to a their bridal registry fund and Bozzuto will match up to $15,000 towards the house purchase. There are a few stipulations so click on over for the fine print.
June 10, 2011
Officials tout 'green' impact – both environmental and economic
The official ground-breaking ceremony for Towson Green on June 7 moves it one step closer from "a collaborative vision," as Bozzuto Homes president Tom Baum put it, to the construction of 121 townhouses in Towson Manor Village.
The sales office for the $10.3 million housing complex is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 22 E. Susquehanna Avenue across from the Towson… Continue reading
May 06, 2011
There was Thomas S. Bozzuto, in larger-than-life images on the big video screens overlooking the ballroom, explaining to the large crowd how the Bozzuto Group of Greenbelt came to be so successful as a developer — and he became a Hall of Fame inductee.
"Early on I thought I wanted to correct all the ills of America's cities," Bozzuto said in his trademark deep voice, speaking of his years as a young man when he earned a master's in urban studies. "Then later I… Continue reading
May 04, 2011
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce inducted three business executives from around the state into its Maryland Business Hall of Fame on Wednesday during the group’s annual membership meeting.
Joining the elite group of business leaders were R. Neal Black, president and CEO of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc.; Thomas S. Bozzuto, chairman and CEO of The Bozzuto Group; and Maurice B. Tosé, chairman and CEO of TeleCommunication Systems Inc.
“This year’s inductees… Continue reading
February 17, 2011
Bozzuto Homes prepares to bring 121 new for-sale townhomes to Towson, Md. with the commencement of construction of Towson Green, a $40 million residential development less than 10 miles outside of Baltimore.
With an address of 32 E. Burke Ave., Towson Green will sit within walking distance of Towson Town Center and within close proximity of downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor. Also nearby are Towson University, Goucher College, Greater… Continue reading
February 15, 2011
A long-awaited residential project on the edge of Towson Manor Village is finally underway, transforming a long-neglected tract of real estate that once housed rental homes for Towson University students into more than 100 high-end townhouses.
The Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Group is behind the Towson Green project, which broke ground in January and is slated for completion in 2014.
The 121 townhouses in the development will each cost upwards of $300,000. The… Continue reading
February 14, 2011
The Baltimore Business Journal's Alexander Jackson reports on a new, nine-acre, 121-unit townhome project Bozzuto Homes will open next month, featuring eco-friendly homes and amenities. Jackson writes, "Bozzuto is working with the nonprofit Chesapeake Fund, a partnership that includes the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, to reduce pollution and offer eco-friendly maintenance advice for homeowners. To further prove its “greenness,” the community will feature a rain garden,… Continue reading
February 11, 2011
Bozzuto Homes Inc. has broken ground on a 9-acre, 121-townhome development in Towson, with plans to sell the “environmentally-conscious” homes in the low to mid $300s.
M&T Bank is providing financing for Towson Green with a $5.3 million acquisition, development and construction loan and a $5 million construction loan.
Bozzuto is working with the nonprofit Chesapeake Fund, a partnership that includes the Chesapeake Bay… Continue reading