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.
Potential Me, a nonprofit organization “dedicated to providing disadvantaged young women with the tools they need to envision and cultivate their ultimate potential,” will relocate from Towson to a 1,272 sq. ft. space at 240 W. Dickman St. in Port Covington. The building is adjacent to City Garage and part of a 12-acre property that was formerly the home of Atlantic Forest, which recently relocated to Tradepoint Atlantic at Sparrows Point.
The Corps Logistics’ team is comprised of 12 employees from The Baltimore Station. “Helping homeless veterans is the most rewarding thing,” said Duffney. “I want them to know they are loved and cared for. Over the years so many people have offered to help them and have let them down.”
Sagamore Spirit announced it will open its new Port Covington distillery at 301 E. Cromwell St. to the public on Friday, April 21st. It will offer tours on the opening weekend from 10am to 6pm. The tours will be 45 minutes in length and will include tastings of three different expressions of Sagamore Rye.
Mid-Week Listing: Brand New, Three-Bedroom Renovation Near Port Covington with Parking and a Rooftop Deck
This brand new renovated rowhome in South Baltimore sits just a couple blocks from Port Covington. It features hardwood and tile floors, exposed brick, a high-end kitchen with a large granite island, luxury bathrooms, vaulted bedroom ceilings, a finished basement, multiple decks, and a parking pad.
Where does the time go? Today SouthBMore.com celebrates the five-year anniversary of its launch. It’s been an incredible five years covering all the news and events in South Baltimore and meeting so many incredible residents, business owners, and visitors.
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.
UA’s first South Baltimore-made product, UA Arris Project, which features a new bra and leggings, has hit the market.
A restaurant closes in Federal Hill, a new retail store in Ridgely’s Delight, an event for Cross Street Market vendors, Kevin Plank joins President Trump’s manufacturing initiative, a big signing for Under Armour, and Baltimore’s AFL team has a name. Stay in the know!
Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has added to its South Baltimore portfolio of real estate with the acquisition of a warehouse at 1800 S. Hanover St. This property was previously re-zoned for 39 new townhomes.
On his first Monday in office, President Donald Trump held a meeting with American business leaders including Under Armour Founder and CEO and Plank Industries Owner Kevin Plank. Other attendees included Elon Musk from SpaceX, Marillyn A. Hewson from Lockheed Martin, and Mark Fields from Ford Motor Company.
Two-year old company Hungry Harvest has opened its new 1,200 sq. ft. headquarters at City Garage in Port Covington. CEO and Co-Founder Evan Lutz is a Baltimore native and started the business his senior year at the University of Maryland (UM).
Sagamore Development Company today announced it has successfully launched the Manufacturing Bootcamp; a first step toward creating a world-class, employer driven, workforce development system.
Sagamore Development is underway on the first phase of a new bike path through Port Covington. This will eliminate the current need of cyclists and pedestrians to use Hanover St. to get to attractions such as West Covington Park, Nick’s Fish House, and the soon-to-be finished distillery.
SouthBMore.com has calculated that since 2015 2,066 housing units have been added or are currently under construction. More than 800 housing units have been proposed, not counting up to 14,000 future units at Port Covington.
The craft brewing and distilling industry continues to expand around the country, including in South Baltimore which saw its own significant growth in this area in 2016. Diamondback Brewing Company opened a production facility in late 2016, and Sagamore Spirit, Suspended Brewing Company, and Checkerspot are set to do the same in 2017.