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.
The 2.564 acre and approximately 112,000 sq. ft. waterfront property sits on the Middle Branch. The BARCS and Office of Animal Control joint building is 23,000 sq. ft.
Metallica today announced their WorldWired 2017 North American tour in support of their new album Hardwired… To Self-Destruct. The WorldWired 2017 tour is produced by Live Nation and kicks off on May 10th in Baltimore, MD at M&T Bank Stadium
Plans were announced today by the Ravens and Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA) detailing a $144 million investment in M&T Bank Stadium. The improvements will be implemented over the next three years with $120 million in funding provided by the Baltimore Ravens and $24 million by MSA. The stadium is owned by MSA.
Baltimore has it pretty good when it comes to stadiums, the best in the country according to Stadium Journey. In 2016, the website reviewed 761 stadiums – from horse and auto racing to college, minor league, and professional sports facilities – and rated the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards as the #1 in experience in North America and the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium as #14, making it the top NFL stadium experience.
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.
The 48,000 sq. ft. venue will take the place of Paradox; a currently-vacant warehouse facing Ostend St., which was most recently the home to a ceramic tile company; and a smaller building connecting Paradox to the warehouse.
There will be 50 stations throughout South Baltimore, Southeast Baltimore, Southwest Baltimore, Downtown, Mount Vernon, and Station North, as well as stations at Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Druid Hill Park.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP), developer of Stadium Square, is currently planning a third apartment building with ground floor retail on the 100 block of W. Ostend St. in South Baltimore
Four construction projects recently broke ground in South Baltimore bringing new apartments, retail, offices, and entertainment to the area. Get the details.
The Paramount, a 1,573-person club music venue based in Huntington, Long Island, New York, announced plans to expand with a second location in South Baltimore’s Stadium Area. The Paramount has been open for less than five years and hosted acts such as Billy Joel, Don Henley, Rob Thomas, and Ed Sheeran.