A South Baltimore new construction community, The Enclave of Federal Hill, has become a reality and a beautiful improvement to our neighborhood. What once was a vacant lot next to a closed down machine shop, has been transformed into a gated sub-division offering 13 high end townhomes.
Sagamore Development first revealed its Port Covington Master Plan to Baltimore City Planning Department’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) in January and have since been back five times to present additional details about sections of the development, the infrastructure, and the ecology.
McHenry Row developer Mark Sapperstein and his company 28 Walker are moving forward on plans for a new 224-unit apartment building at the Locust Point complex.
Sagamore Development Company today announced a partnership with Ripken Baseball to design athletic fields at West Shore Park in Port Covington. Ripken Baseball will collaborate with Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks on the effort to design the public park along the northern shore of the Middle Branch.
Domino Sugar is in the process of completing several new capital improvements to upgrade its 24-acre Locust Point campus, which employs 685 individuals and refines more than 6.5 million pounds of sugar a day.
Making way for the Phase 3 of Caves Valley Partners’ (CVP) Stadium Square development, the United States Postal Service (USPS) post office in South Baltimore at 1220 Race St. is proposing a relocation to a space less than two blocks away.
Today, Sagamore Spirit, the new Port Covington-based rye whiskey company inspired by the limestone spring at Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Farm, celebrated its first barrel dump.
Sagamore Development continues to roll out more details about its 266-acre Port Covington Master Plan and yesterday the team went into more specifics on the planned redevelopment of Cromwell St. and an area called East Waterfront.