This week SouthBMore.com takes a look at five Locust Point homes that are just a short walk to Latrobe Park which features sports fields, a dog park, tennis and basketball courts, walking paths, and more.
The Baltimore Beach Volleyball facility at Rash Field has attracted some of the best beach volleyball players in the world, including gold medalists Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers, in its 16 years in South Baltimore, but a visit from NFL MVP Quarterback Cam Newton and fellow Carolina Panthers teammates has brought the popular volleyball attraction national visibility.
The father and son duo of Bob and Rob Cockey are excited to be back in Southwest Baltimore as they open Pigtown Tavern this Thursday at 737 Carroll St. in the former home of SHAKERS.
Sagamore Development’s 260-acre Port Covington development took another step forward as its plan to finance new infrastructure, parks, and ecology improvements received unanimous approval by the Baltimore City Planning Department’s Planning Commission.
Yesterday, Sagamore Development, the team behind the proposed 260-acre Port Covington Master Plan, reached a community benefits agreement with the South Baltimore Six Coalition (SB6).
As Downtown Partnership moves forward on plans to redevelop McKeldin Square — and demolish and replace the McKeldin Fountain — work will begin this weekend to take down the walking bridges connecting the fountain to the Hyatt and Harborplace.
Last night, Michael Pokorny and Kimiya Darrell of Sagamore Development’s transportation design team, as well as Ryan Parth of STV, presented at the South Baltimore Neighborhood Association meeting
Andrew Dunlap, Michael McDevitt and Sean White, the team behind Banditos Bar + Kitchen in Federal Hill, purchased C&R Pub at 1117 S. Charles St. earlier this year and have now rebranded it as Wayward Southern Bar + Kitchen.
Syracuse, New York-based Hofmann Brands, which is comprised of the Hofmann Sausage Company, Hofmann Hots and Handwich brands, opened its corporate office at 16 E. Lombard St. in Downtown.
The Baltimore City Planning Department’s Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve the 260-acre Sagamore Development Master Plan last evening. This follows the recommendation by the staff of the Planning Department to approve the plan.
If you’ve driven past The Baltimore Sun printing press in Port Covington recently you might have noticed new piles of soil directly to the east of the building.
Baltimore resident Nancy Hotchkiss is bringing Portland’s popular non-profit SCRAP PDX to Federal Hill. SCRAP B-More will open at 925 S. Charles St. at the former 1,200 sq. ft. home of Protean Books & Records.
Sagamore Development’s Port Covington Master Plan received overwhelming support on Wednesday at its Presentation and Public Testimony at the Baltimore City Planning Department.
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.