This is the motivation behind functional training. Training to make your body work most efficiently for whatever demands you put on it. Granted, most of us won’t make it in the pros, let alone the Olympics, but that doesn’t mean we can’t train our bodies to work to the best of its ability.
This Federal Hill rowhome built in 1850 features original details including floors, fireplaces, stairwells, and ceiling beams, plus a deck, patio, and wood accents.
This 18 ft. wide Federal Hill rowhome features a large stone patio with two- to three-car parking and water fountains, wide spaces, a large closet, a finished basement, luxury finishes, and a back deck.
Stadium Square is a $250-million redevelopment project by Caves Valley Partners on three blocks of South Baltimore and Sharp-Leadenhall. It is located between Cross St. on the north, Race St. on the east, Leadenhall St. on the west, and both sides of Ostend St. to the south. This week, check out five homes right around the corner from this development.
This Locust Point rowhome is just steps from the Water Taxi and Under Armour Headquarters. It features a sun room, original hardwood floors, archways, an open layout, backyard, basement storage, and updates throughout.
This four-bedroom, 2,064 sq. ft. townhome in Locust Point features large rooms, luxury finishes, hardwood floors, a fire place, a back deck and large rooftop deck, and two-car garage.
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
Port Covington has been described as the largest urban development project in America, and it sits just a short walk from many homes in the South Baltimore Neighborhood and Riverside.
This new-construction rowhome in Pigtown features four finished levels, hardwood floors, granite countertops, a third-story deck, and brand new finishes. It is located just steps from the shops and businesses on Pigtown’s Main Street.
Another project is set to start at Stadium Square in South Baltimore as the former Vac Pac building at 150 W. Ostend St. will be renovated and reused as an office building with ground floor retail.
This 1,500 sq. ft., end-unit rowhome in Federal Hill sits just a few blocks from M&T Bank Stadium and features an open layout, finished basement, large kitchen, a lot of natural light, exposed brick, two master bedrooms, and three decks.
Suspended Brewing Company spent the last year looking for a commercial space to brew its beers before calling Pigtown home. Suspended recently leased an approximately 3,000 sq. ft. space at 912 Washington Blvd. where it will convert a former church into a brewery and tap room.
Last Thursday, executives from Sagamore Development (Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank’s real estate company), Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Council members, and local activists gathered at City Garage in South Baltimore to announce a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Sagamore and the City of Baltimore for the 260-acre Port Covington redevelopment project.
A redevelopment of Rash Field is scheduled to begin in Fall of 2017. It will include volleyball courts, a skatepark, a sports field, game and reading areas, and a climbing wall. Looking to add public art to the project, The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts has put out a call for artists to participate.
This South Baltimore rowhome features original hardwood floors, archways, exposed brick, a large kitchen, jacuzzi bath tub, and a backyard.
The mural is a collaboration between local artist Billy Mode, Richard Best of Section 1, and City Garage. Best, who teaches Street Art 101 at MICA, also had some of his students participate in the mural.
Check out five renovated rowhomes with finished basements in Pigtown. These homes range from $90,000-$174,000.