Walking distance to Cross Street Market, Federal Hill restaurants/bars, Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, Ravens Stadium, Riverside Park, Federal Hill Park, and many others!
“The volleyball players made themselves a good case and it resonated well with Waterfront Partnership and the city,” said Laurie Schwartz, president of Waterfront Partnership. “We heard from a lot of volleyball players, it’s all part of the public process.”
The couple eventually purchased the 1860s Union Square rowhome, which featured original hardwood floors, fireplaces, stairwells, and baseboards.
Featuring beer, wine, Pizza di Joey, Cazbar, HarborQue, Hula Honey’s and more.
Last week Sagamore Development confirmed they have acquired a 43-acre waterfront parcel in Westport, which was once eyed for Turner Development’s Westport Waterfront development.
Headquartered in South Baltimore’s Curtis Bay, Diamondback Brewing Co. is one of the newest additions to the growing craft beer industry around Baltimore.
Looking to create something with a warmer environment than a chain, Crocetti decided to start his own fast-casual concept, making piadas, 11-inch Neapolitan-style pizzas that cook in a 1,000 degree brick oven in just three minutes, and gourmet salads
Recognizing the occasionally fragile relationship the neighborhood and Digital Harbor High School had with each other, I hoped to serve as a small, but impactful, shoring between the two
DOT director William Johnson announced that the Banner Route, which connects the Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry and goes through the Federal Hill, Key Highway, Riverside and Locust Point communities, would be eliminated.
At Thursday’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) meeting, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) revealed plans for an eight-story office building for Stadium Square’s Block 3 or Phase 2, the southern most block of the development.