Hollins Market

Tuesdays Under 250: Renovated Three-Bedroom Home Across from Hollins Market

Tuesdays Under 250: Renovated Three-Bedroom Home Across from Hollins Market

This newly-renovated, three-bedroom home is across the street from Hollins Market, which is undergoing a first phase of redevelopment. The home features hardwood floors, subway tile, granite countertops, a breakfast bar, and a back yard with a deck.

| November 12, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Rebranded Price Rite Marketplace Debuts in Pigtown

Rebranded Price Rite Marketplace Debuts in Pigtown

The Price Rite at Mount Clare Junction in Pigtown was rebranded as Price Rite Marketplace and hosted its grand opening on Friday. The 38,843 sq. ft. grocery store stayed open during the transition as the space was being remodeled.

| November 4, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Construction Underway on 20,000 Sq. Ft. University of Maryland, Baltimore Community Engagement Center

Construction Underway on 20,000 Sq. Ft. University of Maryland, Baltimore Community Engagement Center

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) held a ceremonial groundbreaking today to celebrate construction of its new 20,000 sq. ft. Community Engagement Center (CEC) in Hollins Market, which is part of its growing BioPark campus.

| October 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Domino Sugar Donates Locomotive ‘Sweet Toot’ to B&O Railroad Museum

Domino Sugar Donates Locomotive ‘Sweet Toot’ to B&O Railroad Museum

After nearly three decades moving railcars at the Domino Sugar Baltimore Refinery, the facility’s 1950 Plymouth locomotive, “Sweet Toot,” will be moving to its new home at the B&O Railroad Museum.

| October 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Congressman Elijah Cummings Dies at the Age of 68

Congressman Elijah Cummings Dies at the Age of 68

Congressman Elijah Cummings (MD-7) died Thursday morning at the age 68 due to complications concerning longstanding health challenges. Congressman Cummings’ district included Southwest Baltimore neighborhoods including Pigtown, Hollins Market, and Union Square, along with additional sections of Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Howard County.

| October 17, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Updated Plans Presented for 10-Story, 333,000 Sq. Ft. Office and Biotech Building on Martin Luther King Boulevard

Updated Plans Presented for 10-Story, 333,000 Sq. Ft. Office and Biotech Building on Martin Luther King Boulevard

The new 10-story building at 4 MLK will be mostly glass and will have multiple retail spaces along Martin Luther King Blvd. The first two stories of 4 MLK will be a lobby, cafe, co-working space, and events space called District Hall.

| October 14, 2019 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

A Locust Point restaurant closes, new LED signs in Port Covington, a business is leaving Brooklyn, Peyton Manning stops by Nick’s Fish House, an award for Masonville Cove, a furniture store closes on Baltimore St., and a Pigtown business changes its name.

| October 8, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Entire Block of Homes Under Renovation in Hollins Market

Entire Block of Homes Under Renovation in Hollins Market

There are only six homes remaining on the eastern side of the unit block of S. Schroeder St. in Hollins Market, but they are now all under renovation. The project is being taken on by Hollins Market resident Venroy July.

| October 2, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Southwest Partnership Purchases Lord Baltimore Theatre, Looks to Create Cultural Arts Center

Southwest Partnership Purchases Lord Baltimore Theatre, Looks to Create Cultural Arts Center

The Southwest Partnership (SWP), a nonprofit that is a coalition of seven neighborhood associations and six anchor institutions in Southwest Baltimore, has purchased the former Lord Baltimore Theater at 1110 W. Baltimore St. in Hollins Market/Poppleton with hopes of bringing it back to life as a cultural arts and education center.

| October 1, 2019 | 0 Comments
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How Neighbors in Union Square Purchased a Commercial Property to Control Its Future

How Neighbors in Union Square Purchased a Commercial Property to Control Its Future

A group of neighbors in Union Square who go by Place for Good People LLC, purchased a commercial property at 1301 Hollins St. in their neighborhood to make sure they controlled its future. The property was previously the home of Top Carry Out and began to attract “unwanted activity and drugs in recent years,” according to Thomas Hams of Place for Good People.

| September 16, 2019 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

A national tenant is leaving Harborplace, a big lease for the BioPark, Downtown gets a major federal grant, a bank is going to Cherry Hill, a Federal Hill company expands, and a closing in Pigtown.

| August 12, 2019 | 0 Comments
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University of Maryland, Baltimore Announces New 20,000 sq. ft. Hollins Market Community Engagement Center

University of Maryland, Baltimore Announces New 20,000 sq. ft. Hollins Market Community Engagement Center

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is expanding its outreach in the Southwest and West Baltimore communities that surround its Hollins Market BioPark campus with the launch of a brand-new 20,000 sq. ft. Community Engagement Center (CEC). The four-story building at 16  S. Poppleton St. was first constructed in 1917 and was formerly part of the St. Peter’s Church complex. It was most recently used as a drug and alcohol residential treatment center.

| July 31, 2019 | 0 Comments
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A Look at South Baltimore Real Estate Market Stats

A Look at South Baltimore Real Estate Market Stats

The following is an overview of the median real estate sale price over the past year for the different South Baltimore neighborhoods covered by Redfin. SouthBMore.com will take a look at these numbers every quarter.

| July 17, 2019 | 0 Comments
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War Horse to Convert Former Montgomery Ward Building in Hollins Market into Offices

War Horse to Convert Former Montgomery Ward Building in Hollins Market into Offices

Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities is continuing its investment in Hollins Market as it will take on the redevelopment of a 46,710 sq. ft. former Montgomery Ward shirt factory at 1020 W. Pratt St. The three-story brick building dating back to 1925 was also the former home to Baltimore Envelope Factory.

| July 11, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Tuesdays Under 250: Character-Filled Home Next to a Park and Close to University of Maryland Baltimore

Tuesdays Under 250: Character-Filled Home Next to a Park and Close to University of Maryland Baltimore

This Barre Circle home is next to a neighborhood park and a block from the University of Maryland Baltimore. The living room has tall ceilings, a lot of natural light, and exposed brick and beams. The home also features original hardwood floors, a high-end kitchen with a breakfast bar, a second-story deck, a back patio, and an unfinished basement.

| June 25, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Obituary: Kevin M Vaught, Sr. “ButterBean”

Obituary: Kevin M Vaught, Sr. “ButterBean”

Kevin was a Police Cadet  from 1981- 1983 followed by his dedicated service to the people of Baltimore as a Police Officer.  He retired in 2015.  During his time as a Policeman, Kevin made a substantial impact on the community and all he came in contact with.  He is notably remembered for earning the Award for Heroism with a “V” for valor, when he selflessly entered a burning building and rescued the occupants.

| June 13, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Former South Baltimore Community Officer Kevin “ButterBean” Vaught Dies of Cancer at the Age of 57

Former South Baltimore Community Officer Kevin “ButterBean” Vaught Dies of Cancer at the Age of 57

Officer Kevin “ButterBean” Vaught was a popular fixture around South Baltimore during his 18 years working in the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) Southern District. Officer ButterBean passed away on Thursday after a battle with stage four liver cancer at the age of 57. He was diagnosed with cancer in March 2018 and was undergoing treatments at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

| June 10, 2019 | 0 Comments
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