Saturday at 2pm featuring beer tents, live music, corn hole, jenga, food specials, stein hoisting competitions, das boot contests and more!
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.
While the housing inventory in Locust Point is limited, SouthBMore.com found five homes at five price points. These homes in the popular neighborhood feature views, historic details, outdoor spaces, and luxury finishes.
This rowhome in Ridgely’s Delight is filled with character. It featured original hardwood floors, doors, and fireplaces; exposed beams and brick; a clawfoot tub; an “English Garden;” and more unique details.
This 1,947 sq. ft. condo overlooking Federal Hill Park features an open layout, lots of natural light, quartz counters, custom cabinets, marble bathrooms, two balconies, garage parking, and great views.
McHenry Row in Locust Point continues to grow as Mark Sapperstein’s 28 Walker Development is planning an additional phase with two new buildings. At Thursday’s Baltimore City Planning Department’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) meeting.
CVP recently reached an agreement with Baltimore City and the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology to use existing underground city conduit to supply a dark fiber connection to Stadium Square’s three new office buildings.
This renovated Pigtown rowhome features hardwood floors, exposed brick, stainless steel appliances, crown molding, a finished basement, and two-car gated parking.
The Victory House at 1702-1708 Light St. in South Baltimore is under contract with developer Brandon Chasen who is proposing a new apartment building at the site. Chasen and architect Julie Tice of Eastend Design Group presented the plan at last week’s South Baltimore Neighborhood Association (SBNA) general membership meeting.
This pier home at HarborView in Federal Hill features five finished levels, multiple decks, an open layout, a luxury kitchen, a wet bar, and skyline and waterfront views.
NoHo Hospitality Group is led by Chef Andrew Carmellini, Josh Pickard, and Luke Ostrom. Its resume includes a Michelin star, nominations from the James Beard Foundation, and two James Beard Foundation awards. Carmellini, a Food & Wine Magazine Best New Chef, is also the author of two cookbooks, Urban Italian and American Flavor.
This 1860 Federal Hill rowhome near the Inner Harbor features hardwood floors, exposed brick, an eat-in kitchen, a back patio, and a rooftop deck.
This 1880 Federal Hill rowhome features original hardwood floors and fireplaces, a curved mahogany staircase, a blue stone patio, rooftop deck, multiple living rooms, and more.
Four years ago, if you Googled “Port Covington” few results would appear. From its failed past, which SouthBMore.com covered in 2012, to today, a lot has changed at this area located on the southern point of the South Baltimore peninsula. It is now one of the most talked about topics in Baltimore.
City living often comes with a lot less space, especially outdoors, but these homes in the heart of South Baltimore have an outdoor oasis to enjoy.
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.