We’re happy to report that warm weather is ahead, and we can (hopefully) put this past winter behind us. If you’re planning on doing some spring cleaning outside this month, you’ll more than likely need to turn your outdoor faucet (commonly known as a hose bib) back on.
Zahlco Development’s Urban Living brand is putting the finishing touches on its new development 613 Portland St., a 30-unit luxury apartment building in Ridgely’s Delight.
Check out this new-construction townhome in Riverside featuring a steeple, finished basement and rooftop deck, as well as four-car parking.
Work began last week to demolish a former cold storage facility located behind Buildings 1 and 2 at the Phillips headquarters at 1215 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point.
Now, with construction completed at the 2 East Wells development, which includes 153 new apartments, 3910 sq. ft. of retail and a 260-car parking garage, new parking spots are available for the community.
Baseball season has started, so check out five homes that are a very short walk to Camden Yards. Go O’s!
New Owners of Nick’s Fish House Looking to Add a Splash of The Starboard to the Already Popular Restaurant
“We were initially intrigued by all the investment that will be coming to Port Covington, but when we took a look at Nick’s, we were so impressed with what they already have going on there.”
Federal Place in Federal Hill first began in the mid-2000s at a former industrial site. Lennar built 26 new-construction townhomes and now, after a long wait, Phase 2 will be getting underway soon.
With the thriving construction and real estate market in South Baltimore, Riverside-based Sandtown Millworks is finding new uses for old scrapped building materials.
Check out this new construction townhome in Locust Point with multiple decks, a two-car garage, four bedrooms, and great views of Downtown and Domino Sugar.
Construction is everywhere you look Downtown. In 2014, Downtown Baltimore saw gains in population and employment and more than 5100 housing units are in the pipeline.
Check out this townhome in HarborView that features a garage, gourmet kitchen, multiple outdoor spaces, multiple living rooms, harbor views, and more.
It was the South Baltimore community that made this tough decision an easy one for the owners. “The neighborhood basically decided not to let us close,” said Finnerty.