1111 Light Street, which first opened in 2012, offers a vibrant luxury apartment community in the heart of Federal Hill. Located across the street from the Cross Street Market and the Federal Hill Business District, its 96 apartments are steps away from dining, shopping, fitness, offices, and entertainment options.
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Sagamore Spirit announced it will open its new Port Covington distillery at 301 E. Cromwell St. to the public on Friday, April 21st. It will offer tours on the opening weekend from 10am to 6pm. The tours will be 45 minutes in length and will include tastings of three different expressions of Sagamore Rye.
The home has been on and off the market since 2013, and has been listed as high as $8.5 million. It was previously owned by late real estate developer and Merritt Athletic Club founder Leroy Merritt who passed away in 2010.
The owners of La Cuchara in Woodberry are taking over the 3,723 sq. ft. restaurant space at 2 East Wells in South Baltimore where At Light’s End was previously under construction.
Federal Hill resident Hakim Zubar is opening ZuZu’s Gourmet Donuts, Coffee, and Juice Bar at 1136 S. Charles St. in Federal Hill. Zubar is currently completing a build-out of the storefront that was previously home to MetroPCS.
If you’re like many homeowners, you’ve received multiple solicitations in the mail persuading you to buy a protection plan for your exterior utility lines or pipes. It seems like they’re in the mail pile at least every month. And if you’re like most people, you’re not quite sure if this protection is something you might actually need.
Calling all local Baltimore City web design and branding firms the newly-formed South Baltimore Gateway Partnership is looking for excellent local firms to help us with Branding and Website development.
C.H. Robinson, a Fortune 250 third-party logistics company based in Minnesota, is relocating its Baltimore office from Ellicott City to Silo Point in Locust Point. It is taking over a 3,500 sq. ft. space that was formerly the home of Silo .5% Wine Bar.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has pulled out of an agreement with Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) to redevelop the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. BPMC began its effort to find a developer of the market in January 2015 when it issued a request for proposals.
Bold new signs have been installed around Baltimore City at various locations where the city meets Baltimore County and Anne Arundel County. The 15 new “Baltimore” signs, which have vertically-stacked letters that let drivers and pedestrians know they have entered the city, are inspired by the iconic Baltimore sign at the entrance of Baltimore City on I-295.
Where does the time go? Today SouthBMore.com celebrates the five-year anniversary of its launch. It’s been an incredible five years covering all the news and events in South Baltimore and meeting so many incredible residents, business owners, and visitors.
A rally, called “Last Stand at the Cross Street Market,” was held yesterday evening at the Cross Street Market. An overflow crowd of neighbors, which SouthBMore.com estimates at more than 200, gathered to show support for the current vendors, and their uncertain future, as the city-owned market is scheduled to close this spring for 8 to 10 months to undergo a $6.5 million redevelopment by Caves Valley Partners (CVP).
The Hanover Street Corridor Study, which is examining the condition and use of the 1.4 mile stretch of Hanover St. from Wells St. in South Baltimore to Reedbird Ave. in Cherry Hill, is currently underway. The $1.8 million study is funded by a $1.1 million federal TIGER Grant and $700,000 from Baltimore City.
The South Baltimore brewing and distilling industry has experienced a lot of growth in the last 12 months and now South Baltimore County is getting in on the act right across the city/county line.
A restaurant closes in Federal Hill, a new retail store in Ridgely’s Delight, an event for Cross Street Market vendors, Kevin Plank joins President Trump’s manufacturing initiative, a big signing for Under Armour, and Baltimore’s AFL team has a name. Stay in the know!
Philly Pretzel Factory, which got its start in 1998 in Northeast Philadelphia, specializes in Philadelphia-style soft pretzels. It began franchising in 2004 and now has locations in 12 states. This will be the first Baltimore location and the fifth Maryland location. Ward is also simultaneously opening a location in Bel Air.