Poppleton

Mother Mary Lange Catholic School Opens in Poppleton

Mother Mary Lange Catholic School Opens in Poppleton

Today, The Archdiocese of Baltimore welcomed its first students at Mother Mary Lange Catholic School at 200 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. in Poppleton. This $24-million, 65,000 sq. ft. Pre-K-8 school broke ground in 2019 and replaced two vacant lots that were once a public school and part of the Lexington Terrace public housing complex.

| August 30, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Before and After Photos of Retail Facade Improvements in SoWeBo

Before and After Photos of Retail Facade Improvements in SoWeBo

Southwest Partnership has helped business owners and commercial properties owners improve facades around Southwest Baltimore since 2019. Southwest Partnership works alongside Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) on this effort and has received funding from the State of Maryland.

| August 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Dance Studio and Theatre Planned for Former Lord Baltimore Theatre

Dance Studio and Theatre Planned for Former Lord Baltimore Theatre

Southwest Partnership, the owner of the former Lord Baltimore Theater at 1110 W. Baltimore St. in Hollins Market/Poppleton, is planning to convert the 14,000 sq. ft. building into a dance studio and theatre.

| August 11, 2021 | 0 Comments
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‘Market Fresh Gourmet’ Grocery Store Coming to Center/West Development

‘Market Fresh Gourmet’ Grocery Store Coming to Center/West Development

Market Fresh Gourmet will be opening an 8,000 sq. ft. grocery store at the Avra apartment building located in the Center/West development in Poppleton. Construction is expected to begin in spring at a retail site on northwest corner of the development at Fayette and Schroder St.

| April 19, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Lowe’s Announces $2 Million-Commitment to Southwest Baltimore for Repairs and Workforce Development

Lowe’s Announces $2 Million-Commitment to Southwest Baltimore for Repairs and Workforce Development

The three-year project, which represents a commitment of more than $2 million,will include completing critical home repairs for 45 homeowners, increasing workforce development efforts and improving local recreation centers, parks and green areas.

| December 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Nine Retail Buildings Demolished on West Baltimore Street

Nine Retail Buildings Demolished on West Baltimore Street

Nine retail buildings on the southern side of the 1100 block of W. Baltimore St. in Hollins Market/Poppleton are being demolished by the City of Baltimore after being deemed unsafe. These vacant rowhomes from 1105 to 1121 W. Baltimore St. were built between 1870 and 1900 according to tax records. They are owned by multiple LLCs from the Washington, D.C. suburbs.

| November 5, 2020 | 0 Comments
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SoWeBo and Cherry Hill Development Photo Tour

SoWeBo and Cherry Hill Development Photo Tour

Here is a photo tour of all the construction projects in SoWeBo and one in Cherry Hill. Projects will be adding offices, apartments, a barn, a community center, a restaurant, an animal shelter, and storage to the area.

| March 4, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Phase Two at CenterWest in Poppleton to Include 400 Apartments, a Grocery Store, and a Hotel

Phase Two at CenterWest in Poppleton to Include 400 Apartments, a Grocery Store, and a Hotel

With Phase One of CenterWest partially open and nearing completion, La Cité Development is in design and development on Phase Two. This phase will bring more apartments, a hotel, and a grocery store to the Poppleton neighborhood of Southwest Baltimore.

| November 25, 2019 | 0 Comments
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First Apartment Building Opens in the CenterWest Development in Poppleton

First Apartment Building Opens in the CenterWest Development in Poppleton

The CenterWest development in Poppleton opened its first new building last month. Avra, a five-story, 176-unit apartment building at 101 N. Schroder St., is now open and welcoming residents. The CenterWest development has been in planning for about 15 years and has been under construction on the first phase of development over the last few years.

| November 25, 2019 | 0 Comments
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