Walking distance to Cross Street Market, Federal Hill restaurants/bars, Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, Ravens Stadium, Riverside Park, Federal Hill Park, and many others!
DOT director William Johnson announced that the Banner Route, which connects the Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry and goes through the Federal Hill, Key Highway, Riverside and Locust Point communities, would be eliminated.
On Wednesday June 24th, Southern District officers led by Sgt. Marc Camarote conducted narcotics enforcement in the Riverside Community in response to recent complaints.
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.
Today the Board of Directors of the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation announced it has voted to enter into an Exclusive Negotiating Privilege (“ENP”) agreement for the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market with the team of Caves Valley Partners and War Horse, LLC.
Kevin Lynch, founder of SouthBMore.com, was featured on a recent episode about Baltimore and chatted about many of the great things Baltimore has to offer, including South Baltimore attractions such as Federal Hill, Locust Point, Fort McHenry, Camden Yards and more.
Sagamore Development has acquired 230 acres at Port Covington, the southern tip of the South Baltimore peninsula. The acquisitions include all of West Covington (west of Hanover St.), the Port Covington shopping center, The Baltimore Sun printing facility, Nick’s Fish House, and the Baltimore Yacht Basin.
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.