Whether you are an Indian and Nepalese food regular, or have never tried Himalayan cuisine, I definitely recommend a trip to Himalayan Bistro. It’s a great addition to Federal Hill!
South Baltimore photo booth company Pixilated is expanding after raising $500,000 in seed funding. Pixilated is planning the development of new software which will allow it to scale the photo booths by using a cloud platform for file sharing, social media integration, and virtual reality.
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.
Federal Hill’s Betamore, a “co-working space, incubator and campus for technology and entrepreneurship,” announced last week it would open a second location at Port Covington in City Garage.
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.
Last week with community leaders and politicians present, NPower, a nonprofit that launches IT careers for veterans and young adults from underserved communities, opened a new 4,400 sq. ft. facility at 1101 W. Pratt St. Suite 1A in Hollins Market
Yesterday, Under Armour cut the ribbon on UA Lighthouse, a 35,000 sq. ft. facility at the 133,000 sq. ft. City Garage in Port Covington which was recently redeveloped by Sagamore Ventures.
The first-ever Light City Baltimore festival kicks off today. The festival of “light, music and innovation” is being held around the 1.5 mile BGE Light Art Walk in the Inner Harbor with one of the festival’s conferences also taking place at Port Covington’s City Garage. Light City will run until April 3rd.
Port Covington’s City Garage is gaining a new tenant as education technology (edtech) startup CWIST has relocated from Annapolis to South Baltimore.
Central to the event, will be the 1.5-mile BGE Light Art Walk, with 50 illuminated experiences and art installations, musical performances, street theater and concerts, all free and open to the public.
The company was previously located at Betamore, an incubator and technology campus at 1111 Light Street in Federal Hill. Citelighter is taking over a space at The Foundry vacated by Bully Entertainment.
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