1111 Light Street, which first opened in 2012, offers a vibrant luxury apartment community in the heart of Federal Hill. Located across the street from the Cross Street Market and the Federal Hill Business District, its 96 apartments are steps away from dining, shopping, fitness, offices, and entertainment options.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has started to announce both new and returning merchants for Cross Street Market on CrossStMarket.com, CVP’s website for the redevelopment project. CVP took over the 31,800 sq. ft. market in Federal Hill from Baltimore Public Market Corporation (BPMC) in January.
Potential Me, a nonprofit organization “dedicated to providing disadvantaged young women with the tools they need to envision and cultivate their ultimate potential,” will relocate from Towson to a 1,272 sq. ft. space at 240 W. Dickman St. in Port Covington. The building is adjacent to City Garage and part of a 12-acre property that was formerly the home of Atlantic Forest, which recently relocated to Tradepoint Atlantic at Sparrows Point.
Waterfront Wellness classes will take place every Saturday and Sunday at West Shore Park, every Wednesday at Pierce’s Park, and newly added Thursday classes at Harbor Point through September 17.
USA Field Hockey and STX jointly announced a brand new partnership that will include design and development of all on-pitch and off-pitch apparel through the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Iron Rooster opened its first location in Annapolis almost three years ago and opened a location in Canton in 2015. It is also planning another restaurant in Hunt Valley. Iron Rooster focuses on “breakfast all day” with dishes including fried chicken and waffles, homemade pop tarts, benedicts, omelets, pancakes, waffles, and French toast.
A previous liquor license proposal from the Maryland General Assembly District 46 Representatives was a key reason Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced it was walking away from the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market last month. Today, the District 46 team issued new proposal which CVP supports.
As it works through the details and pre-development planning of its Cross Street Market redevelopment, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has extended the leases of all the existing merchants, besides Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood, until Labor Day. Nick’s has six and a half years remaining on its lease, and the rest of the merchants were previously on month-to-month leases.
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Store It All Self Storage will soon begin construction on a 108,000 sq. ft., approximately 800-unit storage facility at 1050 Paca St. in Pigtown. With this project, a 1906 brick warehouse will be converted into a climate-controlled facility and a new five-story structure adjacent to the building will be constructed.
Businesses along Light, Cross & Charles Streets will host the lanterns in their windows during Federal Hill Lights in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Light City Baltimore promotion from March 31st to April 8th.
On Sunday, a crowd of approximately 60 people rallied outside of Federal Hill Main Street’s office at 42 E. Cross St., across from the Cross Street Market, in support of a revitalized market. After the gathering, the group marched around the block-long market with chants including “CPR for the CSM.” The rally was organized by a group called “Citizens for a Better Cross Street Market.”
The Greene Turtle at McHenry Row has accepted a buyout and will close at the end of the month. The Greene Turtle, which has 22 locations in Maryland, was an original tenant of McHenry Row when it opened in 2012.
South Baltimore photo booth company Pixilated is expanding after raising $500,000 in seed funding. Pixilated is planning the development of new software which will allow it to scale the photo booths by using a cloud platform for file sharing, social media integration, and virtual reality.
Cross St. has been a business and dining corridor in Federal Hill since the 1800s, however recent investment is giving the South Baltimore street a makeover and extending its retail footprint into Sharp-Leadenhall.
The 2.564 acre and approximately 112,000 sq. ft. waterfront property sits on the Middle Branch. The BARCS and Office of Animal Control joint building is 23,000 sq. ft.