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Tag: Cross Street Market
Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has started to announce both new and returning merchants for Cross Street Market on CrossStMarket.com, CVP’s website for the redevelopment project. CVP took over the 31,800 sq. ft. market in Federal Hill from Baltimore Public Market Corporation (BPMC) in January.
A previous liquor license proposal from the Maryland General Assembly District 46 Representatives was a key reason Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced it was walking away from the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market last month. Today, the District 46 team issued new proposal which CVP supports.
As it works through the details and pre-development planning of its Cross Street Market redevelopment, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has extended the leases of all the existing merchants, besides Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood, until Labor Day. Nick’s has six and a half years remaining on its lease, and the rest of the merchants were previously on month-to-month leases.
On Sunday, a crowd of approximately 60 people rallied outside of Federal Hill Main Street’s office at 42 E. Cross St., across from the Cross Street Market, in support of a revitalized market. After the gathering, the group marched around the block-long market with chants including “CPR for the CSM.” The rally was organized by a group called “Citizens for a Better Cross Street Market.”
Caves Valley Partners Proposes Modified Plan for the Redevelopment of Cross Street Market in Federal Hill
Last month Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced it was pulling out of an agreement with the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) to complete a $6.5 million redevelopment of the 31,800 sq. ft. Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. Today, however, Arsh Mirmiran of CVP told SouthBMore.com that he and his team will now be moving forward with a new plan which Mirmiran believes will address many of the concerns in the community.
On Friday, SouthBMore.com spent much of the afternoon at Cross Street Market to get a pulse of the existing merchants after last week’s news that Caves Valley Partners (CVP) pulled out of an agreement to redevelop the 31,800 sq. ft. market.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP) has pulled out of an agreement with Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) to redevelop the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. BPMC began its effort to find a developer of the market in January 2015 when it issued a request for proposals.
A rally, called “Last Stand at the Cross Street Market,” was held yesterday evening at the Cross Street Market. An overflow crowd of neighbors, which SouthBMore.com estimates at more than 200, gathered to show support for the current vendors, and their uncertain future, as the city-owned market is scheduled to close this spring for 8 to 10 months to undergo a $6.5 million redevelopment by Caves Valley Partners (CVP).
Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood, which was originally ordered by developer Caves Valley Partners (CVP) to close at the Cross Street Market by the end of January, will now remain open unless a decision is made by the District Court in favor of CVP’s termination of Nick’s lease.
New Details on Cross Street Market Design Presented, Community Members Gather to Support Existing Tenants
A packed crowd – which SouthBMore.com estimates as more than 200 people including Cross Street Market business owners and employees, area business owners, and residents – filled the Sharp-Leadenhall Baptist Church on Monday night for the Cross Street Market Advisory Committee meeting for updates and discussion on the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market.
For years, there has been a push from neighbors and businesses in Federal Hill to see an additional floor constructed on the West Street Garage at 40 E. West St. Now, it looks like a fourth parking deck could become a reality in the near future with the upcoming redevelopment of the Cross Street Market one block north and the additional parking demand it could create.
Last Monday was the first meeting of the Cross Street Market Advisory Committee, where Arsh Mirmiran of Caves Valley Partners (CVP), which will redevelop the Cross Street Market, met with members of surrounding communities, organizations, and businesses.
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.
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.
Today the Board of Directors of the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation announced it has voted to enter into an Exclusive Negotiating Privilege (“ENP”) agreement for the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market with the team of Caves Valley Partners and War Horse, LLC.
BPMC received two proposals: one from a team comprised of local developers Caves Valley Partners and War Horse LLC, and another proposal that did not complete all the requirements of the RFP.
We caught up with FHHA President Brian McComas to see why the condition and future of Cross Street Market is such an important issue to his organization.