Beginning at four years old, Calvert School students embark on a ten year journey of curiosity, mastery, and purpose. A Calvert education blends tradition with innovation in a way that encourages children’s innate curiosity and love of learning.
Stunning 3-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom CHAP renovation with an OVERSIZED ONE-CAR GARAGE. This two-story home features a traditional floor plan, while incorporating an exquisite, thoughtfully designed chefs kitchen with island and upgraded appliances and countertops.
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.
Sagamore Development has broken ground on the second phase of its planned bike path in Port Covington. The bike path will ultimately stretch from West Covington Park along Cromwell St. to E. McComas St. near Key Hwy. It will run in front of the Sagamore Spirit distillery which opens this week.
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.
This two-bedroom rowhome in Federal Hill features exposed brick and ceiling beams, stainless steel appliances, new floors, and a front and back yard.
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.
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This three-bedroom rowhome in Federal Hill/South Baltimore features exposed brick, a large great room, a kitchen with a marble island, custom trim work, a back deck, and parking for a small car.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has started to announce both new and returning merchants for Cross Street Market on CrossStMarket.com, CVP’s website for the redevelopment project. CVP took over the 31,800 sq. ft. market in Federal Hill from Baltimore Public Market Corporation (BPMC) in January.
A previous liquor license proposal from the Maryland General Assembly District 46 Representatives was a key reason Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced it was walking away from the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market last month. Today, the District 46 team issued new proposal which CVP supports.
As it works through the details and pre-development planning of its Cross Street Market redevelopment, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has extended the leases of all the existing merchants, besides Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood, until Labor Day. Nick’s has six and a half years remaining on its lease, and the rest of the merchants were previously on month-to-month leases.
This four-bedroom South Baltimore rowhome with three-car parking features hardwood floors, a large kitchen and dining room, a back deck, a finished basement, and a large bathroom.
On Sunday, a crowd of approximately 60 people rallied outside of Federal Hill Main Street’s office at 42 E. Cross St., across from the Cross Street Market, in support of a revitalized market. After the gathering, the group marched around the block-long market with chants including “CPR for the CSM.” The rally was organized by a group called “Citizens for a Better Cross Street Market.”
This four-bedroom, four-bathroom rowhome in South Baltimore features custom trim work, hardwood floors, a large luxury kitchen, a finished basement, a rooftop de
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom rowhome in South Baltimore features a rooftop deck, a back patio, hardwood floors, custom molding, a breakfast bar, and a finished basement.
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.