Real Estate Updates from Green Door Properties

| December 18, 2013 | 4 Comments

Federal Hill’s Green Door Properties has been a large part of the real estate and development scene in South Baltimore for many years. SouthBMore.com recently caught up with Green Door’s Ross Wilken to get the latest on some of the developments they are involved in around the area.

photoPabst Castle

The Pabst Castle at 1834 S. Charles St. is one of the most unique buildings in South Baltimore and it appears it could finally be on its way to a full renovation (it recently had restoration work done to the exterior brick and its Pabst medallions). Once slated to be the home of a brewery and brewery pub, the building went back on the market when the entrepreneurs decided the South Baltimore building did not offer them enough space.

The castle is currently under contract with a buyer hoping to use it as office space, keeping Bumper Globe in place on the western end of the building. SouthBMore.com will keep you posted as more develops.

Townhomes at 1500 South Charles St.

Green Door is planning three new townhomes and the renovation of three existing rowhomes at the site of a former church on the 1500 block of S. Charles St. After working with the community and neighbors on the details of the project, the property is currently going through the subdivision process with Baltimore City.

Green Door is hoping to start the project in Spring of 2014.

photoFormer McCully-Polyniak Funeral Home

Green Door, Ray Jackson, and Steve Moore are partners in the redevelopment of the recently-sold former McCully-Polyniak Funeral Home at 130 E. Fort Ave. The existing buildings will be torn down and developed into five new townhouses. They are currently going through the subdivision process with Baltimore City and construction is expected in Q1 2014.

Restaurant Space at 554 E. Fort Ave.

The restaurant space at 554 E. Fort Ave., the former home of Soigné, Sly Fox and Ullswater, was sold by Green Door this week. The new restaurant owners run two very popular restaurants in Downtown Baltimore and Baltimore County. SouthBMore.com will have many more details in the coming weeks.

1800 Hanover St. 

Green Door owns the large white warehouse at 1800 S. Hanover St. and is currently exploring redevelopment ideas for the site.

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