Drain clogs are very common and can occasionally happen overtime in your home. And we, of all people, understand that sometimes you just can’t prevent or plan for some plumbing mishaps.
This week the Charm City Circulator launched its Purple Line extension north to 33rd St. through Charles Village and up to Johns Hopkins University.
Under Armour Lighthouse, Gundalow Juice, StartUp Soiree, and More Coming to City Garage in Port Covington
Last week Sagamore Ventures, an invest arm of Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s Plank Industries, first unveiled City Garage, a 133,000 sq. ft. facility at 101 W. Dickman St. in Port Covington.
South Baltimore’s Miranda Sutton was a winner on a recent episode of Wheel of Fortune. Learn about how she got there, the day of filming, the viewing parties and whey she loves SoBo!
Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation purchased the Harborplace at the Inner Harbor in 2013 and on Thursday it presented its first redevelopment plans for the two shopping pavilions, which opened in 1980, to the Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP).
Sagamore Ventures and The Foundery Partner on 20,000 sq. ft. Manufacturing Innovation Center in Port Covington
Sagamore Development is the putting the finishing touches on City Garage in Port Covington and has announced its newest tenant, The Foundery.
3 Bean Coffee opened in Federal Hill in a new 1100 sq. ft. coffee shop at 209 Key Hwy. 3 Bean Coffee is the creation of Ed Siu, a Federal Hill resident who relocated to Baltimore from Durham, North Carolina a few years ago.
Take a listen to learn more about about how and why SouthBMore.com was created, how it has since evolved, and Kevin’s passion for the community.
Hogan’s Alley at 1501 Covington St. closed earlier this year and its liquor license and property were later sold at auction. The winning bid for the liquor license came from the Little Havana team.
Last week SouthBMore.com received a tour of the new site for Hammerjacks, a large music venue and club planned for the Stadium Area of South Baltimore.
Owner William “Bud” Gardner, Andrew’s grandfather, bought the adjacent rowhome at 1102 E. Fort Ave. last year with plans to expand. The expansion began two months ago and the team is hoping to have it completed in November.