Fort Avenue’s Idle Hour has been closed since right before the New Year after discovering a structural issue in their building.
LMO Advertising opened a 4,400 sq. ft. office in Baltimore at Silo Point’s former condominium sales office in October.
While watching some episodes of Food Network’s Diner’s, Drive-Ins and Dives last weekend we got to thinking, if Guy Fieri asked us to show him the “Taste of South Baltimore,” what three restaurants would we take him to?
Two liquor license transfers for Port Covington and Riverside/Locust Point establishments were approved today, January 15th, at the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City (BLLC) hearing.
Beach volleyball has been a staple of the Inner Harbor’s Rash Field for the last 15 years, with league play for the last 13 years, but its future remains in the air as the city looks to implement the Inner Harbor 2.0 plan.
Come take the video tour of the model and make the next one yours. This is an exciting time in the neighborhood with all the new projects and development activity.
The Greene Turtle, which has been open at McHenry Row since the development was completed in early 2012, will be downsizing to make room for a new 2,000 sq. ft. restaurant named Piaza Fresh.
Check out the most and least expensive homes sales in neighborhoods around South Baltimore.
The investment in South Baltimore seems to increase exponentially and that trend seems likely to continue in 2015. Here’s a look at some of the big things likely to happen this year.
Check out this home in Locust Point that features three bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, fireplaces, multiple kitchens, parking, wood accents and more.