Union Collective is making its rent more attractive to tenants

Union Collective will refinance its debt in an effort to offer attractive rents to tenants. Maryland Board of Public Works members on Wednesday approved a $3 million loan to the makerspace, which opened in 2018 inside a former Sears Roebuck warehouse in Medfield, near Hampden. The money will come from Neighborhood Business Works, a state program established to support small businesses in designated revitalization areas. (Balt. Bus. Journal)

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