Locust Point

Million Dollar Monday: Three-Bedroom Locust Point Townhome with a Luxury Kitchen, Large Rooftop Deck, and Two-Car Garage

Million Dollar Monday: Three-Bedroom Locust Point Townhome with a Luxury Kitchen, Large Rooftop Deck, and Two-Car Garage

So many upgrades! Two owner’s bedrooms with private baths & walk in closets, third bedroom also with bath, hardwood floors throughout, gas fireplace with custom built ins, built in office nook in kitchen and full size dining room. Lower deck and grilling area off living room, upper sky lounge with wet bar and beverage center, enormous party deck with firework/ skyline views. Two car garage with storage.

| September 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Under Armour to Lay Off 400 Employees

Under Armour to Lay Off 400 Employees

As part of its 2018 restructuring plan, Under Amour announced today it will be reducing its global workforce of approximately 13,500 employees by 3% which equates to roughly 400 employees. These layoffs will be completed by March of next year.

| September 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Nine-Story Locust Point Project on Woodall Street Approved by the Baltimore Zoning Board

Nine-Story Locust Point Project on Woodall Street Approved by the Baltimore Zoning Board

Despite the protest by many Locust Point residents, the Baltimore City Board of Municipal & Zoning Appeals (BMZA) approved a plan from Goodier Properties this week to construct a new nine-story, mixed-use structure with 28 dwelling units; office and retail space at 1401-1407 Woodall St.; and a five-story parking garage on the adjoining lot.

| September 21, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Sunday Traffic Modifications for the Run to Remember 5k & 11k

Sunday Traffic Modifications for the Run to Remember 5k & 11k

This Sunday, traffic modifications will be in effect for the Run to Remember 11K/5K/1 Mile Fun Run & Walk.  The event will begin on Pratt Street in front of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m. on Sunday, September 09, 2018.

| September 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Locust Point Residents Oppose Proposed Nine-Story Building on Woodall Street

Locust Point Residents Oppose Proposed Nine-Story Building on Woodall Street

The Locust Point Civic Association (LPCA), Councilman Eric Costello, Domino Sugar, and many residents on the 1400 blocks of Woodall St. and Stevenson St. have teamed up to oppose a proposed nine-story building and adjacent parking garage at 1401-1407 Woodall St. The proposed development from Goodier Properties would take the place of two less than two-story industrial buildings and a vacant lot that face E. Key Hwy., Woodall St. and Stevenson St. 

| September 5, 2018 | 3 Comments
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Saturday Road Closures for the Charles Street 12 Race

Saturday Road Closures for the Charles Street 12 Race

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists of the traffic modifications that will be in effect for the Charles Street 12 Footrace which will be held on Saturday, September 01, 2018.  The event kicks off at 7:30 a.m. 

| August 31, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Riverside Park Pool to Stay Open Two Additional Weeks

Riverside Park Pool to Stay Open Two Additional Weeks

Due to unexpected repairs, the Riverside Park Pool did not open its doors this year until August 11th. But, Baltimore Recreation and Parks has now agreed to keep the pool open an additional two weeks until September 16th. The pool was scheduled to close on September 3rd.

| August 31, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Funds Being Raised for an Alex Wroblewski Plaque at the Entrance to Latrobe Park

Funds Being Raised for an Alex Wroblewski Plaque at the Entrance to Latrobe Park

Funds are currently being raised to create and install a plaque to honor Alex “Albo” Wroblewski III at the entrance to Latrobe Park in Locust Point. Albo, who was a native of Locust Point and a bartender at The Rowhouse Grille in Federal Hill, was killed during a robbery on Lawrence St. last November.

| August 27, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Permit Parking Coming Soon to the Riverside Community

Permit Parking Coming Soon to the Riverside Community

The Riverside Neighborhood Association (RNA) has been trying to get Residential Permit Parking (RPP) from the Parking Authority of Baltimore since 2011 and now it could be within 12 months of becoming a reality. RNA has created a pilot area of Fort Ave. to Randall St. south to north and Light St. to Battery Ave. east to west to launch the program.

| August 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Smooth New Driving Surface Complete on Hanover Street Bridge

Smooth New Driving Surface Complete on Hanover Street Bridge

The long wait is over for a smooth new driving surface on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge, which is also known as the Hanover Street Bridge. Over the weekend, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) applied a new asphalt surface on top of the bridge’s concrete deck. Check out pictures of the new look bridge.

| August 20, 2018 | 2 Comments
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Speed Cameras and a Commercial Vehicle Monitor Coming to South Baltimore Neighborhoods

Speed Cameras and a Commercial Vehicle Monitor Coming to South Baltimore Neighborhoods

South Baltimore is getting new speed cameras, as well as a Commercial Vehicle Height Monitoring System, as part of a new Automated Traffic Violation Enforcement System (ATVES) initiative by the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT).

| August 17, 2018 | 2 Comments
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Hanover Street Bridge Scheduled to be Paved This Weekend

Hanover Street Bridge Scheduled to be Paved This Weekend

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) will make its third attempt to resurface the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge, also known as the Hanover Street Bridge, this weekend. Two previous attempts were postponed due to rain. The 0.4 mile bridge will be closed beginning on Friday, August 17th at 8pm and will reopen Monday, August 20th at 5am. DOT will also make structural improvements to the bridge this weekend. 

| August 15, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Tuesdays Under 250: Renovated Two-Bedroom Home in Locust Point

Tuesdays Under 250: Renovated Two-Bedroom Home in Locust Point

This renovated two-bedroom home features hardwood floors, exposed brick, wainscoting, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a back patio, and basement storage. 

| August 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore Museum of Industry Asking Neighbors to Pick a New Color for Its 100-Foot Crane

Baltimore Museum of Industry Asking Neighbors to Pick a New Color for Its 100-Foot Crane

Built in 1942 and dubbed a “whirley crane” for its ability to turn 360 degrees, this Bethlehem Steel Clyde Model 17 DE 90 crane was instrumental in Bethlehem Steel’s prolific World War II shipbuilding effort

| August 13, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Stoop Night This Evening on the South Baltimore Peninsula for National Night Out

Stoop Night This Evening on the South Baltimore Peninsula for National Night Out

National Night Out 2018 is coming up, and you’re invited to spend the evening on your stoops with neighbors. Order pizzas, plan a potluck with your block, break out the cornhole boards, or just sit out and enjoy the evening air, offering a smile and a hello to anyone passing by.

| August 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Update: Hanover Street Bridge Resurfacing Project Postponed Again

Update: Hanover Street Bridge Resurfacing Project Postponed Again

Drivers in the area will have to wait a little bit longer for a smoother driving surface on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge, which is also known as the Hanover Street Bridge, as this weekend’s scheduled resurfacing has been postponed due to the possibility of inclement weather. The Baltimore City The Department of Transportation (DOT) is working to reschedule the project. 

| August 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Hanover Street Bridge Resurfacing Scheduled for this Weekend

Hanover Street Bridge Resurfacing Scheduled for this Weekend

A long-awaited smoother driving surface will be coming to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge, also known as the Hanover Street Bridge, by the start of next week. The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) will be closing the bridge from Friday at 8pm to Monday at 5am to resurface and make structural adjustments to the 0.4 mile bridge.

| July 30, 2018 | 1 Comments
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