With an abundance of construction underway in South Baltimore, let’s take a look at some of the progress at projects like Horseshoe Baltimore, Riverside Wharf, 2 East Wells, Camden Crossing and many more projects in the area.
Baseball, more so than any other sport, is a game where numbers matter. Batting average, home runs, RBI, wins, and losses all define a player’s worth and perceived value. Pitching is often considered the most important part of baseball, and the one that separates the average teams from World Series champions.
A roundup of business in South Baltimore including a space filled after 12 years, SoBo restaurants honored by the Baltimore Sun, Pub Dog now serving lunch and much more!
Horseshoe Baltimore will be hosting a table games hiring event on Monday, April 21, and Tuesday, April 22 at M&T Bans Stadium.
Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) is proud to announce it will bring Shake Shack to Baltimore, Maryland. The restaurant is slated to open in early 2015 and will be prominently located in the city’s picturesque Inner Harbor at 400 East Pratt Street across from the iconic National Aquarium
LEANSPACE Solutions is now open at 1529 Light St. in South Baltimore/Riverside, offering a co-working space for local entrepreneurs, small business owners, micro enterprises, freelancers, artisans, telecommuters, and more
Homerun for Recovery raises funds for The Baltimore Station, an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self sufficiency.
Work will begin on Monday, April 14th on Banner Field, a new turf recreation facility on the lower field at Latrobe Park in Locust Point. First announced in November 2013, the facility named after the Star Spangled Banner will include an artificial turf field.
A roundup of news in South Baltimore including news on the Pabst Castle, more than 700 apartments proposed for Otterbein, and a new yogurt store in Federal Hill.
Thanks to the generosity and support of the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, the Digital Harbor Foundation (DHF) is pleased to announce their new “Pay-What-You-Can” monthly maker workshops for children Grades 1-6, facilitated in partnership with FutureMakers. This expansion adds to the existing programs at the DHF Tech Center for middle and high school youth.
Southern District Public Safety Forum With Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Commissioner Batts on April 17th
The Southern District Public Safety Forum will take place on Thursday, April 17 at the National Federation of the Blind led by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Commissioner Anthony W. Batts.
After reviewing the board’s decision, David C. Tanner, executive director of the BMZA, issued the zoning board’s decision last Friday. The decision supported the denial of variances on the parking requirement and open air courtyard for outdoor table service, but determined that the rear yard variance was not required.
Here’s a round-up of the most-read SouthBMore.com articles from March including new developments, new restaurants, new menus, and street sweeping coming to our neighborhoods.
It’s probably safe to say that there isn’t another Major League Baseball (MLB) player who grew up closer to their team’s home stadium than Steve Clevenger. The backup catcher for the 2014 Baltimore Orioles, who will turn 28 this Saturday, grew up on the 1200 block of James St. in South Baltimore’s Pigtown neighborhood, less than a mile away from Camden Yards.
Baltimore developer Urban Living by Zahlco is currently underway on the redevelopment of the Eklof Building in Ridgely’s Delight. The project, which will face Portland Ave. and Washington Blvd., will be called 613 Portland Ave. and will include 30 luxury apartments as well as a retail space.