Let’s hop around the South Baltimore Peninsula and check out homes listed around $350,000 in five different neighborhoods.
Under Armour’s newest office space, Building 37, converted the former Sam’s Club at the former Port Covington Shopping Center into a 170,000 sq. ft. work space for the company’s finance and IT department. Under Armour is calling the building Phase 0 of its new approximately four million sq. ft. campus at the former waterfront shopping center.
Check out this video produced by Ian Johnston of LIVE TO reLive featuring Tyler Wittelsberger snowboarding through the streets of Federal Hill and South Baltimore behind a tow.
Approximately 200 people gathered in the IMAX theatre at the Maryland Science Center last Wednesday to discuss the redevelopment of Rash Field. The Waterfront Partnership has selected Baltimore-based landscape architecture firm Mahan Rykiel Associates Inc. to lead the project.
The team from Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Development and Elkus Manfredi Architects recently revealed the master plan for Port Covington, a 266-acre section of the South Baltimore peninsula south of I-95 that includes more than two miles of waterfront
A new website (RashField.org) recently launched to provide information about the redevelopment of Rash Field, including dates and times for upcoming public meetings scheduled to gather community input for the project.
This Sunday, Dec. 13, the Baltimore Ravens welcome Rockville, Md., native O.A.R. to Charm City for two performances on gameday when the team hosts the Seattle Seahawks at 1 p.m.
Locust Point-based Under Armour designed alternate Navy Football uniforms for the Midshipmen’s rivalry game next weekend against Army. The uniforms, which are receiving a flurry of positive reviews on social media, feature seven different hand-painted helmets that make up the U.S. Naval Fleet.
Tomorrow, for the first time in 24 years, Penn State and Maryland will match up in Baltimore for a college football game and local Penn State fans are taking full advantage of the event. “It kind of feels like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said George Missett, president of the Baltimore chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association.
Believe it or not summer is over and the holidays are pretty much here. Like it or not, there’s nothing we can do to stop it. Yes, the bikinis are tucked away, Halloween costumes are being thought up, travel plans for Thanksgiving are being arranged, and Christmas and holiday parties are being planned.
We all have a pretty good idea what this is. When you’re too intimidated or afraid to join a new gym, try a group fitness class or bring yourself back to the gym after a maybe not so short hiatus.
The Orioles have helped to raise $190,000 for BARCS over the past few years including $46,000 through Orioles per calendar sales in 2015.
“The volleyball players made themselves a good case and it resonated well with Waterfront Partnership and the city,” said Laurie Schwartz, president of Waterfront Partnership. “We heard from a lot of volleyball players, it’s all part of the public process.”