Whether you are an Indian and Nepalese food regular, or have never tried Himalayan cuisine, I definitely recommend a trip to Himalayan Bistro. It’s a great addition to Federal Hill!
Stadium Square developer Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has announced that Janney Montgomery Scott, a large, national full-service financial services firm, has signed the first office lease for the 145 West Ostend Street development, Stadium Square’s first completed office building.
Construction is underway on 11 new townhomes at the Federal Point redevelopment in the Sharp-Leadenhall/South Baltimore. The homes will replace a recently-demolished warehouse at 49 W. West St. and a carriage house and open lot at 101. W Ropewalk Ln.
With an expected yearly budget of $7 million, the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership will focus on community development and revitalization, environmental sustainability, and health and wellness in neighborhoods near Horseshoe Casino Baltimore.
A year and a half ago Laura Getty was looking to join a book club in South Baltimore but instead ended up starting her own. Today, the SoBo Book Club has a Facebook Group with 160 members and about 50 monthly participants. SouthBMore.com caught up with Getty to learn about this club and how it came to be.
Cross St. has been a business and dining corridor in Federal Hill since the 1800s, however recent investment is giving the South Baltimore street a makeover and extending its retail footprint into Sharp-Leadenhall.
Caves Valley Partners Proposes Modified Plan for the Redevelopment of Cross Street Market in Federal Hill
Last month Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced it was pulling out of an agreement with the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) to complete a $6.5 million redevelopment of the 31,800 sq. ft. Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. Today, however, Arsh Mirmiran of CVP told SouthBMore.com that he and his team will now be moving forward with a new plan which Mirmiran believes will address many of the concerns in the community.
Developers Len Bush and John Roe are transforming the former Union Bros. Furniture and Plymouth Wallpaper property at 37 W. Cross St. in Sharp-Leadenhall into a 33,000 sq. ft. office and retail space.
On 2/4/17 approximately 8:20 pm police responded to the 1300 block of Race St for a armed robbery. The suspect was operating a white SUV and described as a black male armed with a handgun.
Councilman Eric Costello provided the following update in regards to an increase in robberies, car jackings, and auto thefts on the South Baltimore Peninsula after speaking with the Baltimore Police Department (BPD).
New Details on Cross Street Market Design Presented, Community Members Gather to Support Existing Tenants
A packed crowd – which SouthBMore.com estimates as more than 200 people including Cross Street Market business owners and employees, area business owners, and residents – filled the Sharp-Leadenhall Baptist Church on Monday night for the Cross Street Market Advisory Committee meeting for updates and discussion on the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market.
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.
South Baltimore is gaining a new brewery as Checkerspot Brewing Company is opening a 10,000 sq. ft. brewery and tap room at 175 W. Ostend St. adjacent to M&T Bank Stadium, the South Baltimore Neighborhood, and Sharp-Leadenhall. Checkerspot is taking over a vacant suite at the 65,000 sq. ft. office building owned by Himmelrich Associates.
Maryland Transportation Administration (MTA) is proposing to remove five bus stops in South Baltimore as part of its revamp of the Baltimore bus system, which will be called BaltimoreLink.