Top Stories from March

| April 3, 2013 | 0 Comments wouldn’t be possible without the great support from our readers!  Let’s take a look at the most-read articles in March:

Key Liquor License Updates for Federal Hill, Locust Point and SoBo

One of the great things about South Baltimore is the number of restaurants and bars in the area for residents to patron.  To no surprise, every time we talk restaurants, we get a big response.  This article talked about a new bar coming to Cross St., which we learned would be Crossbar, a German Biergarten; a new bar coming to McHenry Row called World of Beer; and the ongoing licensing process of the Pabst Castle brewery project.

South Baltimore Development Updates

I often joked this winter that my traffic log suggested that our readers’ favorite things are bars, their property values and the Ravens and, once again, an article about real estate development got a big response.  In this article reported on developments at Globe Brewing, Under Armour, Riverside Wharf, Harbor Square and 2 East Wells.

HaborQue Looks for a New South Baltimore Home

As we continue to learn more about the large mixed-used building proposed for the GE site at Fort Ave. and Lawrence, we found out that part of the plan would be demolishing the building that is home to HarborQue and Snoasis.  We caught up with the staff of HarborQue and they assured us that staying in SoBo was a priority.

South Baltimore Business Roundup 3/5

Our business roundups are always popular because we talk about all the great new businesses coming to – and sometimes leaving – South Baltimore.  In this roundup, reported about a large new lease at Montgomery Park, a new pet services business, a new shawarma restaurant and the passing of a longtime Federal Hill business owner.

South Baltimore Business Roundup 3/15

In this article wrote about Trattoria Annamaria and Curiosity leaving Federal Hill, big advances in the local tech community and the opening of Marshall’s and World of Beer.

Pabst Castle Brewery Project Begins Licensing Process

It goes to show you how interested people are in the Pabst Brewery project and the debate over its licensing when our sixth most read article of March was written in February.  After receiving support from the SBNA, the owners will now move towards acquiring their license from the Baltimore City Liquor Board before starting approximately six months of construction.

South Baltimore Business Roundup 3/28

This article was only available for the last few days of  March, but news of a new bar in Ridgely’s Delight, a bakery in Locust Point and the new Smoothie King made it the seventh most-read article of the month.

Five New Townhomes Planned for East Randall St. 

In this article, discusses five new townhomes that are planned for Randall St. in South Baltimore. There certainly is a hot market for new townhome development in the area of late!



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