The surge of new residential construction in Baltimore continues as five new townhomes are planned for the spot of a now-vacant warehouse at 40 E. Randall Street at the corner of Marshall St. in South Baltimore. The developers will demolish the 5600-square foot warehouse and replace with five new homes facing Marshall St.
The new homes will be 1750 square feet and include a red brick front interior, two master bedrooms, a lower bedroom, a roof deck, a one-car garage as well as a one-car parking pad accessible through common alley space, and more. The homes will also have a “green” roof made of vegetation that will filter rain water through the soil. All of the surrounding sidewalks will be repaved before completion.
Environmental work has already begun on the site and they are expecting to break ground in May. The homes are projected to hit the market around September with an asking price in the ballpark of $400,000.
The South Baltimore Neighborhood Association (SBNA) offered a letter of support for a variance the project is seeking and it will go before the Baltimore Board of Municipal Zoning and Appeals on March 19th.