Health tips from Reese Ashe, the owner and operator of Reflex Functional Fitness at the Southside Marketplace.
It was the South Baltimore community that made this tough decision an easy one for the owners. “The neighborhood basically decided not to let us close,” said Finnerty.
SHAKERS Fine Spirits & Wine Lounge, the newest business coming to Pigtown, will have a strong connection to the community right across the street, Ridgely’s Delight.
Marc Smith and his company Magnum Construction have been working and investing in Pigtown for the last 16 years, and they are hoping their latest project can fuel more growth in the area.
Amazon.com, Inc. today announced that Prime Now has expanded to Baltimore and Miami. The ultra-fast service, which initially launched as a benefit for Prime members in Manhattan, offers one-hour delivery on tens of thousands of daily essentials through a mobile app.
Today Under Armour announced a multi-year technical sponsorship of São Paulo, the most successful club in Brazilian Football.
With St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow, it is a great time to learn more about The Irish Railroad Workers Museum in Hollins Market.
ParkRe, a new real estate app that helps people find homes with parking, launches today on the Apple App Store and Google Play. The app was created by Ronald Monk, a realtor at South Baltimore-based Berkshire Hathaway HomeService PenFed Realty, and MindGrub, which is headquartered in Locust Point.
M&T Bank Stadium is set to host a quarterfinal doubleheader on Saturday, July 18. Match times will be 5 p.m. ET and 8 p.m. ET.
Sagamore Development is hoping to combine the feel of its Sagamore Farm thoroughbred horse farm in Baltimore County, the industrial history of Port Covington, and the Chesapeake Bay in its plans for the five-acre Sagamore Spirit distillery at 301 E. Cromwell St. in Port Covington.
Houston-based Hanover Co. revealed plans today at the Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) for the Phase I of the Stadium Square development. The plans feature a 293-unit apartment building with 14,000 sq. ft. of retail and 450-500 parking spaces, which will be located on the 1110 block of Race St., the northern most block of the development.
BPMC received two proposals: one from a team comprised of local developers Caves Valley Partners and War Horse LLC, and another proposal that did not complete all the requirements of the RFP.
Federal Hill Solutions (FHS) moved into its new 2,000 sq. ft. office at 911 C-1 S. Charles St. almost a year ago and is already outgrowing the space.
Google Maps has updated its overhead shot of Baltimore. Below are some before and after images of developments and park improvements in the area