The Locust Point Festival has been schedule for Saturday, September 20th from 11am-6pm at Latrobe Park.
Leadership from the neighborhood associations of Federal Hill, Federal Hill South, Riverside, and South Baltimore, along with Delegates Clippinger and McHale, and Councilman Cole’s office, met with Southern District (SD) Police leadership on Thursday (8/21).
On Friday, August 15th, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore gave the media a first look at the new $442 million facility in South Baltimore. Check out this video tour of the casino before it opens to the public on Tuesday, August 26th.
Wayne McPartland has built and renovated homes in South Baltimore since 1992 and now he is spearheading an $800,000 project on the 1700 block of Marshall St.
The development team of Green Door Properties presented plans to neighbors and members of the South Baltimore Neighborhood Association (SBNA) last night for a 42-townhome project at 1800 S. Hanover St.
The different communities surrounding the Middle Branch in South Baltimore share a common frustration: the current condition of the Hanover Street Bridge
A photo tour around the area of the proposed Stadium Square Development located in Sharp-Leadenahll and adjacent to Federal Hill and the South Baltimore Neighborhood.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) and Veolia Transportation are preparing to launch an extension of the Charm City Circulator’s Purple Route, extending it to Wells St. to the south and to University Parkway (Charles Village/JHU) to the north
The plan calls for several hundred residential units, 300,000-square feet of office space, 60,000- to 70,000-square feet of retail, and close to 2,000 parking spaces.
The Flynn family has been talking about opening their own restaurant for many years. And, when they were offered an opportunity at the former J. Patrick’s Pub in Locust Point, they knew it was the type of opportunity they could not pass up.
“Almost unprecedented” was the term continually used by Anirban Basu of Sage Policy Group, a subcontractor of McCormick Taylor, and Wesley Mitchell of McCormick Taylor when describing the $10-$18 million per year in casino impact funds that will be coming to the South Baltimore communities.