The BNIM architecture firm hopes to move into a renovated building at 1640 Baltimore Ave. But critics have raised valid questions about the amount of taxpayer subsidies for the project.
The BNIM architecture firm hopes to move into a renovated building at 1640 Baltimore Ave. But critics have raised valid questions about the amount of taxpayer subsidies for the project. Courtesy BNIM
The BNIM architecture firm hopes to move into a renovated building at 1640 Baltimore Ave. But critics have raised valid questions about the amount of taxpayer subsidies for the project. Courtesy BNIM

Yael T. Abouhalkah: Entertaining tiff over BNIM TIF raises good questions about tax breaks

November 18, 2015 05:35 PM