Let’s hop around the South Baltimore Peninsula and check out homes listed around $350,000 in five different neighborhoods.
This Otterbein condo is in a great location just steps from Downtown, Federal Hill, and the Inner Harbor. It features an open layout, fireplace, breakfast bar, large closets, and more.
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.
Otterbein experienced a rebirth in the 1970s with the Dollar Homes program and has been a strong Baltimore neighborhood ever since. Check out five different homes in this neighborhood located just steps from Downtown and the stadiums.
Live on top of the Inner Harbor at this modern Harbor Court condo. It features great views, concrete countertops, large bathrooms, and more.
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.
Check out this 17-ft.-wide historic rowhome in Otterbein with more than 2,300 sq. ft. of space and a large yard with a pond.
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.
Check out this Harbor Court condominium with views of the Inner Harbor, plus hardwood floors, marble, granite, crown molding and much more.
The 32,000 sq. ft. space was formerly an antique store that went out of business approximately seven years ago.
On February 3, 2015, a total of five break-ins and one attempted break-in occurred in Federal Hill, Otterbein and Riverside. SouthBMore.com received the following update from Baltimore City Police Department (BCPD).
We caught up with FHHA President Brian McComas to see why the condition and future of Cross Street Market is such an important issue to his organization.