Horseshoe Baltimore will be hosting a table games hiring event on Monday, April 21, and Tuesday, April 22 at M&T Bans Stadium.
Baltimore developer Urban Living by Zahlco is currently underway on the redevelopment of the Eklof Building in Ridgely’s Delight. The project, which will face Portland Ave. and Washington Blvd., will be called 613 Portland Ave. and will include 30 luxury apartments as well as a retail space.
5/4 BR, 3.5 BA with Parking on the peak of Federal Hill with 360 degree views of the water and skyline. Buyer options of granite, flooring, tile, carpet etc. still available for a limited time.
South Baltimore has seen a surge in real estate development in the last couple years with 598 residential units in the pipeline, but the area could be getting its largest residential project yet. Alliance Residential Company, a real estate team based out of Phoenix with a local office in Washington, DC, is proposing a 305-unit Class-A apartment building at 1100 Key Hwy.
The U.S. Green Building Council Maryland Chapter (USGBC Maryland) presented 14 awards, as part of its 9th Annual Wintergreen Awards for Excellence in Green Building, last week. Taking home awards were 1901 South Charles and M&T Bank Stadium.
Under Armour presented renovation plans for their Tide Point campus on Wednesday, March 12th to the Locust Point Civic Association (LPCA). The renovations fall within the requirements of the planned unit development (PUD) passed in early 2012 which allows for 400,000 square feet of future expansion at Tide Point.
Here’s a round-up of the most-read SouthBMore.com articles from February including Crossbar news, business updates, a snowboarding session, and Port Covington news.
Population growth is seen as a key to improving Baltimore, lowering property taxes, and improving city services. However, in an area like the South Peninsula, where occupancy rates are near 100%, new construction is needed for significant population growth. From 2000 to 2010, the area saw a population growth of 1,116 residents going from 18,145 to 19,261.
Ropewalk Tavern, which has been a part of the Federal Hill bar and restaurant scene for eighteen and a half years, is excited about some upcoming changes. Riding the success of Ropewalk Fenwick at the Delaware shore, owner Marc McFaul is looking to bring some of the concepts that made the Fenwick restaurant so popular.
Local developer Aaron Stubbs is planning 11 new townhomes in South Baltimore/Sharp-Leadenhall at 49 W. West St. and 101 W. Ropewalk Ln. at the current site of a vacant warehouse and open lot. The site is located behind the Papa John’s on Hanover St. Of the 11 townhomes planned, six will be facing Clarkson St. and five will be facing Ropewalk Ln.
Crossbar Der Biergarten, an authentic German biergarten proposed by the Ryleigh’s restaurant group for 12-18 E. Cross St. in the former home of Turner’s/Billabong (12-14 E. Cross St.) and Lanasa Produce in Federal Hill, has gained some key support during this latest round of the approval process.
Chesapeake Craft Brewers, the group that was once eyeing a move to the Pabst Castle at 1834 S. Charles St. for a production brewery and brewpub, is still searching for a home. Led by South Baltimore residents Spike Owen and Mike McDonald, Chesapeake Craft Brewers began looking for a new space.