Drain clogs are very common and can occasionally happen overtime in your home. And we, of all people, understand that sometimes you just can’t prevent or plan for some plumbing mishaps.
The 1200 block of Race St. in South Baltimore, which has been partially closed for more than seven years and fully closed since November of last year, has reopened.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP), the developers of Stadium Square, completed the purchase of a 1.3 acre lot on the 100 block of W. Ostend St. last week, growing the footprint of Phase II of its $250 million mixed-used development in South Baltimore.
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.
At Thursday’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) meeting, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) revealed plans for an eight-story office building for Stadium Square’s Block 3 or Phase 2, the southern most block of the development.
The 32,000 sq. ft. space was formerly an antique store that went out of business approximately seven years ago.
The facades of the five rowhomes will be kept and behind them a new four to five story, 21- to 28-unit apartment building with a 6,000 sq. ft. retail space will be constructed.
Baltimore Police Department Southern District Captain Brian Hance provided the following crime updates.
Construction has begun to convert The Parker Building at 333 W. Ostend St. in the Stadium Area of South Baltimore into approximately 50,000 sq. ft. of office space.
Houston-based Hanover Co. revealed plans today at the Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) for the Phase I of the Stadium Square development. The plans feature a 293-unit apartment building with 14,000 sq. ft. of retail and 450-500 parking spaces, which will be located on the 1110 block of Race St., the northern most block of the development.
As Executive Director of The Baltimore Station since 2007, Seipp has been behind the significant growth of the organization, tripling its revenue from $1 million to $3.2 million.
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.
A GPS-based system that enables customers to determine the estimated arrival time of their Local Bus via computer, tablet, smartphone and standard phone.