This week SouthBMore.com takes a look at five Locust Point homes that are just a short walk to Latrobe Park which features sports fields, a dog park, tennis and basketball courts, walking paths, and more.
On July 3, The Urban Children Foundation, a Baltimore-based non-profit organization that helps Baltimore City children access extracurricular activities, will host the inaugural Urban Children Foundation One-Miler run/walk race.
McHenry Row developer Mark Sapperstein and his company 28 Walker are moving forward on plans for a new 224-unit apartment building at the Locust Point complex.
Domino Sugar is in the process of completing several new capital improvements to upgrade its 24-acre Locust Point campus, which employs 685 individuals and refines more than 6.5 million pounds of sugar a day.
This two-bedroom rowhome in Locust Point is filled with charm as it features antique chandeliers and built-in cabinets, plus archways, a gourmet kitchen, backyard, and more.
This 2,300 sq. ft. two-story townhome condominium anchored on the 9th story terrace of Silo Point features a two-story living room, gourmet kitchen with a breakfast bar, private balcony, great views, and access to a large terrace.
This Locust Point rowhome features hardwood floors and wood trim, archways, a spacious dining room, a second-floor bonus room, a large bathroom, and a fenced-in back patio.
This Locust Point rowhome features a large side yard (for South Baltimore standards), multiple decks with Inner Harbor views, exposed brick, multiple fireplaces, a large kitchen, vaulted ceilings, a finished basement, and more.
South Baltimore is my home. I moved here ten years ago after I graduated from Loyola. During that time I have lived in Federal Hill, the South Baltimore Neighborhood, Riverside, and I’m now the President of Locust Point.
Donations will provide Baltimore City middle school students the opportunity to experience outdoor learning at NorthBay Adventure Camp.
Diamondback Brewing Company announced plans to open a 6,800 sq. ft. brewery and tap room at the former Phillips and Coco-Cola plant at McHenry Row in Locust Point.