This one-bedroom carriage house features a one-car garage, exposed brick and beams, original hardwood floors, concrete counters, a balcony, and more.
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.
Liam Flynn, the owner of Liam Flynn’s Ale House in Station North, is opening a second restaurant at 3432 S. Hanover St. in South Baltimore’s Brooklyn neighborhood. O’Flynn’s Crab & Cask House will open in the former space of O’Brady’s Crab House, a longtime Brooklyn-staple before it closed in 2015.
This Federal Hill loft-style condominium in the former Holy Cross School features a two-story great room, tin ceilings, original hardwood floors, opens spaces, luxury details, and garage parking.
This HarborView townhome features a rooftop deck, gourmet kitchen, 3-car parking, a wet bar, multiple living rooms, and wood floors throughout.
Four Seasons Hair Salon will be closing at 1039 S. Charles St. as a result of the sale of the building, but stylist Kimberly Manchester will be opening her own shop, The Beehive Salon, nearby. Manchester is hoping to open the new salon in April at a vacant storefront at 1316 Light St. in Federal Hill.
Mexican/Korean-fusion restaurant Pop Tacos will relocate from its space in Cross Street Market to a storefront at 17 E. Cross St. The property was formerly an M&T Bank before it was renovated and subdivided into two spaces.
Sagamore is proposing $534,795,000 in Tax Increment Financing (TIF) from Baltimore City to finance public infrastructure including roads, bridges, utilities, sewers, waterlines, shoreline remediation, walkways, and parks.
The Baltimore Police Department Auxiliary Unit, a volunteer organization that assists the Baltimore Police Department (BPD), now has new bikes thanks to South Baltimore.