This is the motivation behind functional training. Training to make your body work most efficiently for whatever demands you put on it. Granted, most of us won’t make it in the pros, let alone the Olympics, but that doesn’t mean we can’t train our bodies to work to the best of its ability.
This new-construction rowhome in Pigtown features four finished levels, hardwood floors, granite countertops, a third-story deck, and brand new finishes. It is located just steps from the shops and businesses on Pigtown’s Main Street.
Suspended Brewing Company spent the last year looking for a commercial space to brew its beers before calling Pigtown home. Suspended recently leased an approximately 3,000 sq. ft. space at 912 Washington Blvd. where it will convert a former church into a brewery and tap room.
Check out five renovated rowhomes with finished basements in Pigtown. These homes range from $90,000-$174,000.
Previously agreeing to a letter of intent to purchase an approximately 35,000 sq. ft. condominium at a new Stadium Square office building on the 100 block of W. Ostend St., United Way of Central Maryland will now lease an approximately 30,000 sq. ft. space at Montgomery Park Business Center at 1800 Washington Blvd. near Pigtown, Carroll-Camden, and Morrell Park.
This three-bedroom rowhome in Pigtown features hardwood ceilings and exposed beams, decorative concrete floors, catwalks, multiple outdoor spaces, a sunken living room, and many more custom details.
The father and son duo of Bob and Rob Cockey are excited to be back in Southwest Baltimore as they open Pigtown Tavern this Thursday at 737 Carroll St. in the former home of SHAKERS.
This newly-renovated rowhome in Pigtown features dark hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast bar, a finished basement, back deck, large bathrooms, and more.
This renovated two-bedroom rowhome in Pigtown features exposed brick, a fireplace, hardwood floors, a sunken eat-in kitchen, a 2-3 car parking pad, and more.
Ernst Valery Investments proposed redeveloping the property as a mixed-use, market-rate housing project with eight new residential units and 1,850 sq. ft. of retail space on the ground floor featuring a Milk & Honey Market and Café.
The Orioles are off to a really hot start (and hopefully still undefeated by the time you read this), so let’s take a look at some homes just steps from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, one of the area’s great attractions that is in walking distance to most South Baltimore homes.