Unique loft townhouse with high ceilings and lots of natural light. Open layout on the main level. Freshly painted, new carpets, new granite counters.
This South Baltimore rowhome features four bedrooms, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, a patio, a back deck, and a parking pad.
Berg starting cycling in 1999 and is now putting his love for high-endurance fitness, as well as science, engineering, technology, and math, into his new fitness studio STM Cycling.
Harbor Hill, which was once the home of Southern High School, is a 74-unit apartment complex located at 301 Warren Ave. across from Federal Hill Park. CRC is proposing a new four- or five-story, 62-unit apartment building in the rear parking lot on Riverside Ave.
This renovated rowhome in Ridgely’s Delight features exposed brick, fireplaces, hardwood floors, granite counters, a finished basement, custom tile, and more luxury and historical features.
SouthBMore.com was invited yesterday to attend the 8th Annual Saul Ewing Real Estate Conference at the Baltimore Convention Center. Demian Costa, managing partner of Plank Industries, and Marc Weller, president of Sagamore Development, Plank Industries’ real state development firm, talked about the Port Covington development and the companies’ investments in Baltimore.
CVP will spend the next six months working through the design review and community input process, as well as negotiating with existing and future tenants.
At yesterday’s General Election, South Baltimore residents voted in many local and state electoral races, as well as for the President of the United States.
Brewing began at Diamondback Brewing Company’s new 6,800 sq. ft. production facility and tap room at McHenry Row in Locust Point a few weeks ago and starting this weekend the public can now come by for a tour or tasting.
Republican Dr. Mark Plaster is running for Maryland’s 3rd District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Maryland’s 3rd District includes the South Baltimore Peninsula, Southeast Baltimore, and parts of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Howard, and Montgomery County.
McHenry Row in Locust Point continues to grow as Mark Sapperstein’s 28 Walker Development is planning an additional phase with two new buildings. At Thursday’s Baltimore City Planning Department’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) meeting.