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“The party is going to be badass,” said Marc Gentile, co-owner of Little Havana. “We want every person who has loved Little Havana to come by.”
Construction is underway on 11 new townhomes at the Federal Point redevelopment in the Sharp-Leadenhall/South Baltimore. The homes will replace a recently-demolished warehouse at 49 W. West St. and a carriage house and open lot at 101. W Ropewalk Ln.
Sagamore Spirit Distillery at 301 E. Cromwell St. in Port Covington will officially open its doors to the public tomorrow. This morning, company executives and politicians joined for the ribbon cutting and to give tours of the facility to guests and the media. Sagamore Spirit is co-founded by Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank and Bill McDermond.
Sagamore Development has broken ground on the second phase of its planned bike path in Port Covington. The bike path will ultimately stretch from West Covington Park along Cromwell St. to E. McComas St. near Key Hwy. It will run in front of the Sagamore Spirit distillery which opens this week.
Sagamore Development has released new detailed conceptual renderings for its 266-acre, $5.5 billion Port Covington redevelopment project. Sagamore Development is part of Plank Industries which is the larger entity that manages all the Sagamore brands and is owned by Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank
With an expected yearly budget of $7 million, the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership will focus on community development and revitalization, environmental sustainability, and health and wellness in neighborhoods near Horseshoe Casino Baltimore.
Today, The Bozzuto Group and Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities officially broke ground on Alta 47. This $23-million, 47-townhome redevelopment project is located at 1520 Beason St. in Locust Point at the former home of Perishable Deliveries Inc. (PDI), which relocated to Halethorpe.
This Federal Hill townhome is across the street from Rash Field and backs up to Robert Baker Park. It includes a rooftop deck overlooking the Inner Harbor, hardwood floors, granite countertops, a wood burning fireplace, multiple bonus spaces, and a back patio.
Iron Rooster opened its first location in Annapolis almost three years ago and opened a location in Canton in 2015. It is also planning another restaurant in Hunt Valley. Iron Rooster focuses on “breakfast all day” with dishes including fried chicken and waffles, homemade pop tarts, benedicts, omelets, pancakes, waffles, and French toast.
A previous liquor license proposal from the Maryland General Assembly District 46 Representatives was a key reason Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced it was walking away from the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market last month. Today, the District 46 team issued new proposal which CVP supports.
Store It All Self Storage will soon begin construction on a 108,000 sq. ft., approximately 800-unit storage facility at 1050 Paca St. in Pigtown. With this project, a 1906 brick warehouse will be converted into a climate-controlled facility and a new five-story structure adjacent to the building will be constructed.
Today, Sagamore Development and The Pendry held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Sagamore Pendry Hotel at the former Fells Point Recreation Pier. The pier, which dates back to 1914, was once used as an immigration pier as well as the set of Homicide: Life on the Street.
The Greene Turtle at McHenry Row has accepted a buyout and will close at the end of the month. The Greene Turtle, which has 22 locations in Maryland, was an original tenant of McHenry Row when it opened in 2012.
Real estate development is always very active in Locust Point as many former industrial sites are converted to residential and mixed-use developments. Check out the progress of projects currently under construction.
Cross St. has been a business and dining corridor in Federal Hill since the 1800s, however recent investment is giving the South Baltimore street a makeover and extending its retail footprint into Sharp-Leadenhall.
The 2.564 acre and approximately 112,000 sq. ft. waterfront property sits on the Middle Branch. The BARCS and Office of Animal Control joint building is 23,000 sq. ft.