Port Covington

South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

A Federal Hill business closes until spring, a Cross Street Market stall launches a food trailer, a tech company expands near M&T Bank Stadium, and updates at Port Covington.

| October 12, 2021 | 0 Comments
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First Renderings Revealed for the ‘Reimagine Middle Branch’ Plan

First Renderings Revealed for the ‘Reimagine Middle Branch’ Plan

Last week at the first public meeting for the Reimagine Middle Branch plan, preliminary design renderings were released by the design team at James Corner Field Operations.

| October 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Public Process and Planning Underway for the ‘Reimagine Middle Branch’ Plan

Public Process and Planning Underway for the ‘Reimagine Middle Branch’ Plan

Reimagine Middle Branch, a plan to reconnect South Baltimore to the 11-plus miles of shoreline along the Patapsco River, has started the public input process. James Corner Field Operations, the landscape architecture firm selected to lead this plan, held a meet-and-great and day of activities on the water on September 12th. A public meeting will also be held virtually this Wednesday.

| September 27, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Photo Tour of the Port Covington Development

Photo Tour of the Port Covington Development

On Tuesday, SouthBMore.com had a tour of the Port Covington Development Chapter 1B construction site with Weller Development Senior Director of Construction Casey Larkin and Vice President of Operations Matthew Rienzo.

| September 8, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Cruise Ship Returns to South Baltimore

Cruise Ship Returns to South Baltimore

For the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a cruise ship has returned to the Port of Baltimore in Port Covington. The Carnival Cruise Line ‘Pride’ is in town until it departs for a trip on September 12th.

| September 9, 2021 | 0 Comments
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TWISB Episode 16: Discussing the Port Covington Project with Weller Development Partner Steve Siegel

TWISB Episode 16: Discussing the Port Covington Project with Weller Development Partner Steve Siegel

On Episode 16 of This Week in South Baltimore, Kevin interviews Weller Development Partner Steve Siegel to get in-depth on the Port Covington Development. This project is described as the largest urban redevelopment project in the country and there are currently five new buildings under construction. Listen to hear all about the project that is reimagining a South Baltimore neighborhood.

| September 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Three Large Ships Left the Inner Harbor for a Military Sealift Command Training Exercise

Three Large Ships Left the Inner Harbor for a Military Sealift Command Training Exercise

On Saturday, large ship SS Antares left the North Locust Point Marine Terminal dock for USTRANSCOM’s Exercise Turbo Activation. On Monday, Cape Washington, which docks in Port Covington, left for the same no-notice military exercise. And, USNS Gordon, which docks at Canton Industrial Area, also recently left to participate in this exercise.

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Rye Street Tavern Reopens for Private Events, Targets 2022 Restaurant Reopening

Rye Street Tavern Reopens for Private Events, Targets 2022 Restaurant Reopening

Rye Street Tavern at the Sagamore Spirit distillery at 301 E. Cromwell St. in Port Covington has reopened for private events, however its public restaurant remains closed. NoHo Hospitality Group, the New York City-based restaurant group by Chef Andrew Carmellini that ran Rye Street Tavern, is not currently involved.

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Sagamore Spirit Launches Canned Craft Cocktails

Sagamore Spirit Launches Canned Craft Cocktails

Port Covington rye whiskey distillery Sagamore Spirit has launched new canned cocktails. The cocktails will be available in four-packs and sold at liquor stores in Maryland, New Jersey, and Washington, DC.

| August 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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2020 Census: South Baltimore Peninsula Gains 4,071 Residents, Baltimore City Loses 27,471 Residents

2020 Census: South Baltimore Peninsula Gains 4,071 Residents, Baltimore City Loses 27,471 Residents

While Baltimore City continues to lose population, the South Baltimore Peninsula continues to buck the trend with significant population gains. Baltimore City has lost 27,471 residents since 2010, but the South Baltimore Peninsula has gained 4,071 residents in the past decade, according the 2020 Census.

| August 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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ZeroFox Acquires Phoenix-Based Company, Reopens South Baltimore Office

ZeroFox Acquires Phoenix-Based Company, Reopens South Baltimore Office

ZeroFox, the South Baltimore-based external threat intelligence and protection company, has made its second corporate acquisition in the last nine months with its recent purchase of Phoenix-based Vigilante.

| July 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Development Photo Tour

South Baltimore Development Photo Tour

There is a lot of construction taking place in South Baltimore, so here is a photo tour of all the real estate developments in the area.

| June 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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New Cocktail Bar Opens at Sagamore Spirit Distillery

New Cocktail Bar Opens at Sagamore Spirit Distillery

Sagamore Spirit recently opened the Nineteen O’Nine whiskey bar at its waterfront distillery in Port Covington. This operation was made possible due to legislation passed in the Maryland General Assembly in 2019 that paved the way for distilleries to have bars.

| May 25, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Rye Street Tavern Pauses Operations to “Reimagine” its Concept

Rye Street Tavern Pauses Operations to “Reimagine” its Concept

Rye Street Tavern on the Sagamore Spirit campus in Port Covington is officially pausing its operations. The restaurant has been closed since December of last year amid COVID-19 restrictions, but the restaurant recently announced it has decided to “take time to pause and reimagine Rye Street Tavern as a more integral part of the Sagamore Spirit experience and the exciting redevelopment in Port Covington.”

| May 25, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Two South Baltimore BP Stations Replaced by Carroll Fuel and Crown Stations

Two South Baltimore BP Stations Replaced by Carroll Fuel and Crown Stations

Baltimore-based Carroll Fuel has replaced the BP station at 2401 Hanover St. in Port Covington. The transition to Carroll Fuel took place over the past week. The convenience store is still open at the property.

| May 11, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Third Tower Crane Going Up at Port Covington, Total of Five Cranes Planned

Third Tower Crane Going Up at Port Covington, Total of Five Cranes Planned

With five buildings currently under construction in Chapter 1B of the Port Covington Development, the tower cranes are starting to appear in the sky of the South Baltimore neighborhood. There are now two tower cranes installed at the site and installation is being finalized on a third, with two more planned soon, according to the Port Covington Development Team.

| May 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Under Armour Announces Plan to Move Headquarters from Locust Point to Port Covington in 2025

Under Armour Announces Plan to Move Headquarters from Locust Point to Port Covington in 2025

Today, Under Armour announced plans to build a five-story, 284,000 sq. ft. office building at its 50-acre Port Covington property at 2601 Port Covington Dr. This will allow the company to move its global headquarters and have its Baltimore workforce together in one location.

| April 19, 2021 | 0 Comments
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