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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

A big Baltimore lacrosse partnership, a basketball tournament is coming to Baltimore, two Federal Hill businesses relocate, two Federal Hill businesses open, and a Locust Point business celebrates its five-year anniversary.

| January 15, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Billy Joel to Perform Oriole Park at Camden Yards’ First-Ever Concert on July 26th

Billy Joel to Perform Oriole Park at Camden Yards’ First-Ever Concert on July 26th

The Orioles Charitable Foundation will donate a portion of the proceeds from the concert to support music and arts education programs for kids in Maryland and across the Orioles’ regional territory.

| January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Bunzzz Sports Bar & Grill Opens at the Inner Harbor

Bunzzz Sports Bar & Grill Opens at the Inner Harbor

A new concept from two Ellicott City natives features sandwiches on a variety of buns, pizzas, favorite Maryland dishes, appetizers, draft beers, and sports on more than 40 televisions.

| January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Negotiations “Actively Underway” For a New Seafood Concept at Cross Street Market

Negotiations “Actively Underway” For a New Seafood Concept at Cross Street Market

With this week’s departure of Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood at Cross Street Market, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) is in active negotiations with an “established restaurateur” to bring a new seafood concept to the S. Charles St. side of the market. CVP is undertaking an $8-million renovation of the block-long, 31,800 sq. ft. Federal Hill market that is now entirely closed for construction.

| January 9, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Latrobe Park Field House Opens in Locust Point

Latrobe Park Field House Opens in Locust Point

The $906,000 field house, which was funded by Baltimore City Recreation and Parks, includes men’s and women’s bathrooms, storage, and a partially-elevated concrete patio that can be used as a stage for bands.

| January 8, 2019 | 0 Comments
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The Local Fry Closes Federal Hill Location

The Local Fry Closes Federal Hill Location

The Local Fry, which opened in Federal Hill at 21 E. Cross St. almost four years ago, announced it closed and will consolidate its business to its recently-opened Hampden location at The Rotunda.

| January 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood Closes at Cross Street Market After Today, Hopes to Reopen in Federal Hill

Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood Closes at Cross Street Market After Today, Hopes to Reopen in Federal Hill

After more than 45 years at Cross Street Market, Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood’s last day of business is today. Co-owner Kwang Lee told SouthBMore.com that while Nick’s is leaving the market, he is searching for a new home for the business in Federal Hill. Tomorrow, the Nick’s team will begin to break down the business and put equipment and fixtures into a storage facility.

| January 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Barfly Installs New Historic-Themed Facade

Barfly Installs New Historic-Themed Facade

“We want it to look like it’s been here for 100 years,” said Barfly’s co-owner Michael Leeds, who was inspired by Baltimore architecture as well as the look of classic pubs in England and Ireland. Doug Campbell is also a partner of Barfly’s.

| January 4, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Fast-Casual Pizza and Gelato Restaurant Tinybrickoven Coming to Federal Hill

Fast-Casual Pizza and Gelato Restaurant Tinybrickoven Coming to Federal Hill

The pizza at Tinybrickoven will have some similarities to Neapolitan style, but will be crispier and use tomatoes from New Jersey. The pizzas will include owner Will Fagg’s housemade dough recipe that takes several days to make, in addition to whole milk mozzarella

| December 28, 2018 | 0 Comments
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A New Sculpture Added to Entrance of Federal Hill

A New Sculpture Added to Entrance of Federal Hill

A new sculpture was installed this month at Robert Baker Park located at the southeast corner of Light St. and Key Hwy. The sculpture sits just above the brick ‘Federal Hill’ sign. The steel sculpture created by Baltimore artist Sam Christian Holmes is 14 ft. tall and 20 ft. wide

| December 27, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Kevin Plank’s Foundation Makes $100,000 Donation to Turnaround Tuesday’s Workforce Development Programming

Kevin Plank’s Foundation Makes $100,000 Donation to Turnaround Tuesday’s Workforce Development Programming

Turnaround Tuesday gathers Baltimore City residents every Tuesday at two different sites to prepare returning, unemployed, and underemployed citizens to reenter the workforce and take an active role in transforming their communities.

| December 21, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Youfit Gym Closing in Pigtown

Youfit Gym Closing in Pigtown

National gym chain Youfit Health Clubs is closing its Pigtown location at 1205 W. Pratt St. at the Mount Clare Junction Shopping Center. Today will be the last day of operation for the 18,411 sq. ft. health club.

| December 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
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The Hoof Cafe Closes in Locust Point, Could Reopen Under a New Operator

The Hoof Cafe Closes in Locust Point, Could Reopen Under a New Operator

Regarding the closing, co-owner Rebecca Friedman told SouthBMore.com her mother unexpectedly passed away and she will now have to be away from Baltimore more often.

| December 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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CubeSmart Opens 1000-Unit Storage Facility on Washington Blvd.

CubeSmart Opens 1000-Unit Storage Facility on Washington Blvd.

CubeSmart purchased the 1.78 acre property from DeBois in 2017 for $2 million. DeBois had a two-story, 32,886 sq. ft. building on the property, which is located across the street from the Montgomery Park Business Center.

| December 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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‘This Little Piggy Foot Spa and Nails Etc.’ Opens in Pigtown

‘This Little Piggy Foot Spa and Nails Etc.’ Opens in Pigtown

This Little Piggy is owned by Carol Blakeney who relocated to Pigtown from Maine five months ago. She noticed there were no other nail shops in the neighborhood and decided she would open one herself after learning about the soon-to-be-vacant retail space while attending the Pigtown Festival.

| December 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
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PokéOno Opens at Southside Marketplace

PokéOno Opens at Southside Marketplace

PokéOno customers can build their own bowl choosing from brown rice, white rice, or a mixed greens base; a protein of ahi tuna, raw salmon, shrimp, or tofu; sauces that include shoyou, spicy aioli, wasabi shoyou, and citrus ponzi; and toppings such as veggies, crispy onions, wasabi peas, avocado, kimchi, and herbs and spices.

| December 17, 2018 | 0 Comments
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315-Unit Apartment Building Proposed for Stadium Square

315-Unit Apartment Building Proposed for Stadium Square

The apartment building will have around 315 mostly one-bedroom apartment units, two courtyards, a pool, a gym, club rooms, and a 334-car garage which is fully wrapped and hidden by the apartment units and attached office building.

| December 13, 2018 | 0 Comments
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