This one-bedroom carriage house features a one-car garage, exposed brick and beams, original hardwood floors, concrete counters, a balcony, and more.
Heights and Horizons, a South Baltimore-based aerial photos and video company, has produced a new drone video highlighting the Inner Harbor during Light City Baltimore. Check it out!
The plans, which were last presented on March 29th, featured the addition of a new skatepark. Inspired by the Lemvig Skatepark in Denmark, the new skateboarding park would be located in The Play Lab & Café section on the northeast shore of Rash Field.
Ships from the U.S., Mexico, Spain, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Denmark and Norway will be visiting Baltimore this year.
The first-ever Light City Baltimore festival kicks off today. The festival of “light, music and innovation” is being held around the 1.5 mile BGE Light Art Walk in the Inner Harbor with one of the festival’s conferences also taking place at Port Covington’s City Garage. Light City will run until April 3rd.
Mahan Rykiel Associates, the Baltimore-based landscape architecture firm chosen for the redevelopment of Rash Field, will be holding its second public meeting next Tuesday at 6pm at the Maryland Science Center.
This Harbor Court condo features an open floor plan, a lot of natural light, spectacular views, and access to building amenities.
Four construction projects recently broke ground in South Baltimore bringing new apartments, retail, offices, and entertainment to the area. Get the details.
This 3,000 sq. ft. Harbor Court condo features an open layout, multiple family and dining rooms, views in every room of Downtown and South Baltimore, a fireplace, built-ins, hardwood flooring, and more.
Central to the event, will be the 1.5-mile BGE Light Art Walk, with 50 illuminated experiences and art installations, musical performances, street theater and concerts, all free and open to the public.
Approximately 200 people gathered in the IMAX theatre at the Maryland Science Center last Wednesday to discuss the redevelopment of Rash Field. The Waterfront Partnership has selected Baltimore-based landscape architecture firm Mahan Rykiel Associates Inc. to lead the project.
Yesterday the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPOB) revealed its newest plan for a redevelopment of McKeldin Square, a park sandwiched between Light St. and Pratt St. at the Inner Harbor.
As development comes fast and furious on the South Baltimore peninsula, here’s a recap of the projects that were recently completed, that are under construction, and that have been proposed.