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Light Street Now Reappearing in the New Locke Landing Development, Home Sales at Development “Wildly Successful”

Light Street Now Reappearing in the New Locke Landing Development, Home Sales at Development “Wildly Successful”

| July 17, 2024 | 0 Comments

Locke Landing in Baltimore Peninsula currently encompasses one of the biggest constructions sites in the area as townhomes and new apartment buildings are rising at rapid pace at the 25-acre residential redevelopment. One new aspect of the development is the reconvening of Light St. which currently ends at the 1900 block in Riverside/South Baltimore.

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The New ‘Rye Street Tavern’ Opens in Baltimore Peninsula

The New ‘Rye Street Tavern’ Opens in Baltimore Peninsula

| July 15, 2024 | 0 Comments

Rye Street Tavern, which has been closed since 2021, reopens today at 225 E. Cromwell St. at the Sagamore Spirit Distillery in Baltimore Peninsula. Washington, D.C.-based Clyde’s Restaurant Group (CRG) took over the restaurant in May 2023 and has been renovating the two-story, 12,000 sq. ft. building in recent months.

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48,000 Sq. Ft. Federal Hill Office Building Hits the Market for $5 Million

48,000 Sq. Ft. Federal Hill Office Building Hits the Market for $5 Million

| July 11, 2024 | 0 Comments

A 48,000 sq. ft. office building at 814 Light St. in Federal Hill has hit the market for $5 million. The two-story brick building, which sits in the heart of Federal Hill at Light St. and E. Henrietta St. just two blocks from the Inner Harbor, was constructed in 1986. It was previously occupied by Salvation Army and served as the organization’s Central Maryland headquarters.

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1111 Light Street in Federal Hill Converting Some Office Space to Apartments, Adding Convenience Store

1111 Light Street in Federal Hill Converting Some Office Space to Apartments, Adding Convenience Store

| July 8, 2024 | 0 Comments

The 1111 Light Street apartment, office, and retail complex in Federal Hill is going through some changes as it navigates the current real estate market. The fourth floor of the office building is getting converted to six “loft-style” apartments, and a new convenience store will open in the former 7-Eleven.

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Coffee Shop ‘Little Wing’ Opens at Baltimore Peninsula

Coffee Shop ‘Little Wing’ Opens at Baltimore Peninsula

| July 2, 2024 | 0 Comments

A 600 sq. ft. coffee shop called Little Wing opened last week in the ROOST Baltimore building at Baltimore Peninsula. Little Wing is the first retail business to open in the five new buildings completed as part of Chapter 1B of the Baltimore Peninsula development.

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‘Retrospect Vintage ‘Opens in Federal Hill

‘Retrospect Vintage ‘Opens in Federal Hill

| July 1, 2024 | 0 Comments

Retrospect is owned by MJ Broderick, who has been in the vintage clothes business for five years. He was a partner on a shop in Crofton, MD, has been doing pop-ups and online sales over the past year, and opened Retrospect in April. Broderick’s focus is on sportswear, and Orioles gear is his “bread and butter.”

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Maryland Science Center Receives $1 Million Gift for Exhibit Renovation and Field Trip Admission

Maryland Science Center Receives $1 Million Gift for Exhibit Renovation and Field Trip Admission

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

The Maryland Science Center is pleased to announce a $1 million gift from The Kahlert Foundation to enhance some of the Science Center’s most important programs, including the relocation of the always-popular Shed makerspace and free field trip admission for Carroll County and Howard County school groups.

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South Baltimore 7 Coalition Opens New Headquarters in Brooklyn

South Baltimore 7 Coalition Opens New Headquarters in Brooklyn

| June 26, 2024 | 0 Comments

Yesterday, the South Baltimore 7 Coalition (SB7) opened its new headquarters at 205 E. Patapsco Ave. in Brooklyn. SB7 renovated a former 2,100 sq. ft. dental office on 7,875 sq. ft. of land into its new office. 

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‘Hooters’ Closes at the Baltimore Inner Harbor

‘Hooters’ Closes at the Baltimore Inner Harbor

| June 25, 2024 | 0 Comments

Hooters at Harborplace in the Inner Harbor is now closed after the company abruptly stopped operations at 40 of its restaurant locations in recent days. Hooters was a tenant of Harborplace for several decades. It changed locations within the Light Street Pavilion in 2018.

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Restaurants ‘Thai Arroy’ and ‘Homemaid’ Close in Federal Hill

Restaurants ‘Thai Arroy’ and ‘Homemaid’ Close in Federal Hill

| June 20, 2024 | 0 Comments

Federal Hill restaurants Thai Arroy and Homemaid have both closed. Thai Arroy announced the news on its door at the beginning of the month, and Home Maid, which hasn’t been open in recent months, confirmed its closure on its Instagram page.

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Riverside Park Athletic Facilities Now Open: Photo Tour

Riverside Park Athletic Facilities Now Open: Photo Tour

| June 19, 2024 | 0 Comments

This project, which has been delayed several times, was originally slated to start in 2014. Construction starting dates were also targeted in 2019 and 2020. Environmental assessments began on this project in early 2020.

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M&T Bank, Inspire Nail Bar, and Dog Care Business Coming to Baltimore Peninsula

M&T Bank, Inspire Nail Bar, and Dog Care Business Coming to Baltimore Peninsula

| June 11, 2024 | 0 Comments

Last week, the Baltimore Peninsula development team announced a batch of new retail tenants coming to its new buildings. These businesses include M&T Bank, Inspire Nail Bar, and a yet-to-be-named dog care business. The tenants will fill 9,700 sq. ft. of retail spaces in three different buildings.

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Fells Point Coffee Shop ‘Daily Grind’ Opening a Location at Baltimore Peninsula

Fells Point Coffee Shop ‘Daily Grind’ Opening a Location at Baltimore Peninsula

| June 6, 2024 | 0 Comments

Fells Point coffee shop Daily Grind is opening its ninth location at Baltimore Peninsula in South Baltimore. Daily Grind will open in the new 2455 House Street building, which is also home to the CFG Bank headquarters.

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Second Phase of Rash Field Redevelopment to Begin Construction this Year

Second Phase of Rash Field Redevelopment to Begin Construction this Year

| June 6, 2024 | 0 Comments

“The Lawn” is envisioned as a flexible space for a relaxing spot to have a picnic or enjoy the waterfront views; an event space; or a sports field. “The Gardens” will provide a space for city residents to reconnect with and learn about nature on a deeper level and in an adjacent area, park users can engage in fitness activities. In addition to two pickleball courts and six beach volleyball courts, “The Beach” is designed as a space for visitors to dip their toes in the sand to relax and enjoy the sunshine.   

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Fast-Casual Chicken Tender Concept ‘CHX’ Coming to McHenry Row

Fast-Casual Chicken Tender Concept ‘CHX’ Coming to McHenry Row

| June 3, 2024 | 0 Comments

CHX, a fast-casual chicken tender restaurant that started in Minneapolis, MN in 2020, but later shuttered, is restarting its brand in Locust Point. CHX, which is a concept from longtime friends Shawn Edwards and Frederick Huballa, will open at 1724 Whetstone Way at McHenry Row.

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Insights Into Oriole Park at Camden Yards Renovations Revealed in Fan Survey

Insights Into Oriole Park at Camden Yards Renovations Revealed in Fan Survey

| May 30, 2024 | 0 Comments

The Baltimore Orioles have asked fans to take a survey regarding plans for a renovation at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The survey offered a lot of insight into the team’s ideas for the stadium which include many new social spaces and amenities.

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Federal Hill Park Receives Grant to Reduce Vehicle and Dirt Bike Traffic

Federal Hill Park Receives Grant to Reduce Vehicle and Dirt Bike Traffic

| June 3, 2024 | 0 Comments

South Harbor Renaissance (SHR), a nonprofit that is dedicated to maintaining and improving Federal Hill Park, has received a $46,600 grant from the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership (SBGP) for garden beds and bollards to protect pedestrians and reduce “high-speed” vehicle, dirt bike, and ATV traffic into the park.

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