Drain clogs are very common and can occasionally happen overtime in your home. And we, of all people, understand that sometimes you just can’t prevent or plan for some plumbing mishaps.
Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation purchased the Harborplace at the Inner Harbor in 2013 and on Thursday it presented its first redevelopment plans for the two shopping pavilions, which opened in 1980, to the Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP).
Work has begun on Banner Hill, a 349-unit luxury apartment building at 601 S. Charles St. in Otterbein. Orlando-based ZOM will be demolishing the existing building that was formerly University Specialty Hospital by the University of Maryland Medical Center and replacing it with a six-story building.
Waterfront Partnership will bring Harbor Market, a new pop up marketplace, to McKeldin Square. Every Wednesday and Friday, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
SouthBMore’s Best 2015, SouthBMore.com’s inaugural competition and celebration of the best of South Baltimore, kicks off today. Readers will vote in 30 different categories and select the best restaurants, businesses, foods, drinks, attractions, and professionals in South Baltimore.
“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.”
Kevin Lynch, founder of SouthBMore.com, was featured on a recent episode about Baltimore and chatted about many of the great things Baltimore has to offer, including South Baltimore attractions such as Federal Hill, Locust Point, Fort McHenry, Camden Yards and more.
Free boot camps, yoga, barre, Dance2Fitness, Kayaking and Parkour classes at West Shore Park and Pierce’s Park.
Zahlco Development’s Urban Living brand is putting the finishing touches on its new development 613 Portland St., a 30-unit luxury apartment building in Ridgely’s Delight.
Construction is everywhere you look Downtown. In 2014, Downtown Baltimore saw gains in population and employment and more than 5100 housing units are in the pipeline.