1111 Light Street, which first opened in 2012, offers a vibrant luxury apartment community in the heart of Federal Hill. Located across the street from the Cross Street Market and the Federal Hill Business District, its 96 apartments are steps away from dining, shopping, fitness, offices, and entertainment options.
Bold new signs have been installed around Baltimore City at various locations where the city meets Baltimore County and Anne Arundel County. The 15 new “Baltimore” signs, which have vertically-stacked letters that let drivers and pedestrians know they have entered the city, are inspired by the iconic Baltimore sign at the entrance of Baltimore City on I-295.
The Hanover Street Corridor Study, which is examining the condition and use of the 1.4 mile stretch of Hanover St. from Wells St. in South Baltimore to Reedbird Ave. in Cherry Hill, is currently underway. The $1.8 million study is funded by a $1.1 million federal TIGER Grant and $700,000 from Baltimore City.
Last Thursday, executives from Sagamore Development (Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank’s real estate company), Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Council members, and local activists gathered at City Garage in South Baltimore to announce a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Sagamore and the City of Baltimore for the 260-acre Port Covington redevelopment project.
The first new boat will be in service later this year, custom-built in Baltimore by MAPC, a maritime design and manufacturing company located near the South Baltimore neighborhood of Brooklyn that will hire 30 new welders and craftsmen thanks to this deal.
Yesterday, Sagamore Development, the team behind the proposed 260-acre Port Covington Master Plan, reached a community benefits agreement with the South Baltimore Six Coalition (SB6).
The Baltimore City Planning Department’s Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve the 260-acre Sagamore Development Master Plan last evening. This follows the recommendation by the staff of the Planning Department to approve the plan.
Sagamore Development’s Port Covington Master Plan received overwhelming support on Wednesday at its Presentation and Public Testimony at the Baltimore City Planning Department.
Sagamore Development first revealed its Port Covington Master Plan to Baltimore City Planning Department’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) in January and have since been back five times to present additional details about sections of the development, the infrastructure, and the ecology.
Described as one of the “largest urban renewal projects in America,” Sagamore Development’s 266-acre Port Covington Master Plan on the South Baltimore Peninsula will require many infrastructure improvements to achieve its full build-out which is expected to take more than 20 years.
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.
The $135 million plan will redesign the entire MTA bus system, including the addition of 12 new high-frequency, color-coded bus routes to improve connections to job sites, as well as other transit options including the Light Rail, MARC train, Metro, and Charm City Circulator through a network called CityLink.
On October 16, 2015 at approximately 9:10 p.m. officers and medics responded to the Hanover Street bridge for a serious accident. Upon arrival, officers found that a two(2) vehicle accident had occurred, and that 12 people had sustained injuries.