This one-bedroom carriage house features a one-car garage, exposed brick and beams, original hardwood floors, concrete counters, a balcony, and more.
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.
Take a listen to learn more about about how and why SouthBMore.com was created, how it has since evolved, and Kevin’s passion for the community.
The South Baltimore retail and office space market stays hot as a shakeup at 1414 Key Hwy. in Federal Hill/Riverside has led to new leases and expansions.
SouthBMore.com was recently invited to the grand opening of Key Tech’s expanded office at the former McHenry Theatre at 40 E. Cross St. in Federal Hill. It is fairly safe to say that few know just how large and incredibly beautiful this space is.
Betamore, Federal Hill Preparatory School, and Digital Harbor Foundation have formed an alliance called EdTech Lab to bring together start-up companies, students and teachers to create the next great wave of innovation in education technology.
Work began last week to demolish a former cold storage facility located behind Buildings 1 and 2 at the Phillips headquarters at 1215 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point.
New Legislation will allow uberX and Lyft to continue their operation in Maryland. Uber posted the following on their blog following the passing of Senate Bill 868 and House Bill 1231 at this year’s Maryland General Assembly.
ParkRe, a new real estate app that helps people find homes with parking, launches today on the Apple App Store and Google Play. The app was created by Ronald Monk, a realtor at South Baltimore-based Berkshire Hathaway HomeService PenFed Realty, and MindGrub, which is headquartered in Locust Point.