Whether you are an Indian and Nepalese food regular, or have never tried Himalayan cuisine, I definitely recommend a trip to Himalayan Bistro. It’s a great addition to Federal Hill!
This renovated Federal Hill rowhome features exposed brick, a fireplace, hardwood floors, a kitchen with high-end finishes, a second-floor bedroom and office or nursery space, a rooftop deck with harbor views, and basement storage.
This Otterbein home built in 1826 features a fireplace, multiple living rooms, built-in shelving, a first-floor bedroom and bath, a master bathroom with a claw foot tub, large bathrooms, an office space, vaulted ceilings, skylights, and a large yard.
The brightest signs are proposed along McComas St., allowing the buildings’ signage to light up I-95 and the portions of McComas St. that travel underneath of I-95 and the exit ramps. Sagamore also showed a “Welcome to Baltimore” sign on a building that would be visible from the highway.
Two adjacent buildings at 212 and 214 E. Fort Ave. in Federal Hill were condemned by a Housing Department of Baltimore City building inspector and emergency demolition began today.
Stadium Square developer Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has announced that Janney Montgomery Scott, a large, national full-service financial services firm, has signed the first office lease for the 145 West Ostend Street development, Stadium Square’s first completed office building.
This two-bedroom rowhome features exposed brick, hardwood floors, a luxury kitchen, custom trim work, a rooftop deck, a finished basement, and a three-car parking pad with an electric car charging station.
Hammerjacks was unanimously approved for Baltimore City’s fourth arena license today at the The Board of Liquor License Commissioners (BLLC). The 48,000 sq. ft. venue at 1300 Russell St. in Stadium will take the place of Paradox; a currently-vacant warehouse facing Ostend St.
An apartment project at 1100 Key Hwy. is coming back to life for the third time as The Bainbridge Companies is reviving the approximately $66-million project that will bring an eight-story, 600 ft. long, 224-unit apartment building to Federal Hill.
Mid-Week Listing: Approximately 2,500 Sq. Ft. Rowhome in Federal Hill with a Sunroom and Rooftop Terrace
This 2,458 sq. ft. Federal Hill rowhome features original hardwood floors, a fireplace, built-in shelving, a large kitchen island, spacious bedrooms, a walk-in closet, a sun room, a parking pad, and a large two-tiered landscaped rooftop terrace.
After closing, the team will undertake a renovation of the building, which was once a bank, and will reopen the space as a new restaurant with a new name in the fall.
This renovated Union Square rowhome features hardwood floors, a steel staircase, exposed brick, a large kitchen with a granite breakfast bar, large bathrooms, and a large outdoor space with a deck.
Million Dollar Monday: 3,000 sq. ft. Townhome in Federal Hill with a Two-Car Garage and Three Outdoor Spaces
This Federal Hill townhome features a patio leading out to a two-car garage on a gated alley; a third-story deck; a rooftop deck; a wide and open main floor with a fireplace and hardwood floors; plenty of entertaining space; a large finished basement; and, a third-story bonus space with a granite wet bar.
Cross Street Market update, a Federal Hill business closes, a donation from a former Raven, the possibility of a renovated convention center and arena, Federal Hill home sales topping the Baltimore area ranks, Under Amour nears Fortune 500 status, and more. Stay in the know!
This 2,200 sq. ft. Federal Hill rowhome features exposed brick, ceiling beams, and duct work; fireplaces; stainless steel appliances; a walk-in closet; an office space; and multiple outdoor spaces, including a large rooftop deck.
This updated Otterbein townhome is tucked away in an enclave filled with trees and green spaces, yet is located just steps from Downtown and Oriole Park Camden Yards. It features hardwood floors, granite countertops, a fireplace, a finished basement, and two master suites.
The Washington Post Soccer Insider is reporting that the United Soccer League (USL), a quickly-expanding soccer league one level below Major League Soccer (MLS), is likely coming to Baltimore by the 2019 or 2020 season.
This small South Baltimore rowhome features exposed brick, hardwood floors, steel railings, and a back patio