Let’s hop around the South Baltimore Peninsula and check out homes listed around $350,000 in five different neighborhoods.
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.
Check out this awesome drone video on YouTube, titled “I Love 21230,” produced by Upper Chesapeake Insurance Agency. The video features great shots of South Baltimore’s parks, waterfronts, bridges, cruise ships, buildings, and just about everything you can think of on the peninsula.
Waterfront Partnership’s It’s a Waterfront Life campaign marks the start of the holiday season! This year’s festivities will officially begin on Friday, November 13 with the opening of the newly named PANDORA Ice Rink at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Enjoy the first-ever Great Baltimore Oyster Festival! The family friendly event includes interactive Chesapeake Bay-themed vendors and displays, oyster boat tours, educational activities and live music by the Eastport Oyster Boys and The High & Wides.
“Start the Clock! Bromo Tower Restoration Fund” on the website Indiegogo seeks to raise $25,000 from donors who can contribute at any level.
Held at West Shore Park, the free to attend event features autumn-inspired activities including the IKEA Urban Pumpkin Patch, petting zoo, pony rides and more.
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.