We’re happy to report that warm weather is ahead, and we can (hopefully) put this past winter behind us. If you’re planning on doing some spring cleaning outside this month, you’ll more than likely need to turn your outdoor faucet (commonly known as a hose bib) back on.
Work began last week to demolish a former cold storage facility located behind Buildings 1 and 2 at the Phillips headquarters at 1215 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point.
New Owners of Nick’s Fish House Looking to Add a Splash of The Starboard to the Already Popular Restaurant
“We were initially intrigued by all the investment that will be coming to Port Covington, but when we took a look at Nick’s, we were so impressed with what they already have going on there.”
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.
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.
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.
The Fort Ave. entrance to Locust Point will take on a completely new look as work has begun at the Anthem House.