New Townhome Construction Returns to Camden Crossing

| May 9, 2013 | 4 Comments

photoThe good news continues for new townhome construction in Baltimore as Camden Crossing has begun construction on 13 new townhomes. Camden Crossing is situated adjacent to the B&O Railroad Museum near Pigtown, Barre Circle and Hollins Roundhouse.

Camden Crossing, which was first announced in 1999, has endured the waves of the housing market and economic recession.  To date, 116 of the total 150 homes have been completed and sold at Camden Crossing. After construction delays for several years, nearly all of the 13 units under construction have been pre-sold and delivery is expected this summer.

“We are most excited about getting back on track at Camden Crossing. With two new buildings under construction, we now have only three buildings containing 21 homes to complete the community. We therefore look forward to working in close collaboration with the local realtors to close-out the community by the end of next year, ”  said Camden Crossing representative Suzanne Graham.

Camden Crossing resident Clausen Ely III is the president of the Camden Crossing Home Owners Association.   “The community (both inside and outside CC) is very excited to have building back on track and new residents coming into Camden Crossing. The residents are looking forward to the full completion of the project hopefully in the next 24 months,” said Ely.

The three story Camden Crossing homes feature  4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with brick fronts and rear loaded 2-car garages. The townhomes are 20′ wide and 38′ deep and contain approximately 1880 square feet of finished space.

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