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315-Unit Apartment Building Proposed for Stadium Square

315-Unit Apartment Building Proposed for Stadium Square

The apartment building will have around 315 mostly one-bedroom apartment units, two courtyards, a pool, a gym, club rooms, and a 334-car garage which is fully wrapped and hidden by the apartment units and attached office building.

| December 13, 2018 | 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. This overview also lists the median sale price dating back five years ago to November 2013. Each median statistic calculated by Redfin is from a 90-day period that ends on the last day of the stated month.

| December 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
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New Retro Sign Goes Up at Cross Street Market, Most of the Market to Open by March

New Retro Sign Goes Up at Cross Street Market, Most of the Market to Open by March

The Light St. entrance of the Cross Street Market now has a new look as a painted ‘Cross Street Market’ sign has been added to the brick facade. Cross Street Market is currently undergoing an $8-million redevelopment by Caves Valley Partners (CVP). Initial construction began in April and a second phase began in November.

| December 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
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The Smoking Swine, The Green Bowl, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria Opening a Restaurant and Bar in Brooklyn

The Smoking Swine, The Green Bowl, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria Opening a Restaurant and Bar in Brooklyn

Food trucks The Smoking Swine, The Green Bowl, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria are teaming up to take over the former O’Flynn’s Crab & Cask House at 3432 S. Hanover St. in South Baltimore’s Brooklyn neighborhood. O’Flynn’s was open for a year and a half after it replaced long-time, Brooklyn-staple O’Brady’s Crab House.

| December 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
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‘Back Yard Baltimore’ Opens in Hollins Market at the Former ‘Patrick’s of Pratt Street’

‘Back Yard Baltimore’ Opens in Hollins Market at the Former ‘Patrick’s of Pratt Street’

Earlier this fall, Back Yard Baltimore opened at 131 S. Schroeder St. (corner of Schroeder St. and Pratt St.) in the longtime home of Patrick’s of Pratt Street. Patrick’s closed in 2017 after 169 years of ownership by the same Irish family. It was considered by many as one of the oldest Irish pubs in the country.

| December 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
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McHenry Row Opens Tesla Supercharger Station

McHenry Row Opens Tesla Supercharger Station

Supercharging takes an average of 30 to 45 minutes to top off the battery of a Tesla. The company has installed more than 11,000 Superchargers around the world.

| December 3, 2018 | 0 Comments
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New Playground Piece Inspired by a 19th Century B&O Train is Coming to Federal Hill Park

New Playground Piece Inspired by a 19th Century B&O Train is Coming to Federal Hill Park

South Harbor Renaissance (SHR) is in the midst of a final fundraising push to raise money for a piece to complete the historic-themed playground at Federal Hill Park. The “Campaign for the Train” will fund a custom-designed toddler playground installation inspired by a 19th Century train from the B&O Railroad.

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
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50-Unit Apartment Building Coming to Pratt Street in Ridgely’s Delight

50-Unit Apartment Building Coming to Pratt Street in Ridgely’s Delight

Zahlco Development is planning a five-story, 50-unit apartment building at 719-725 W. Pratt St. in Ridgely’s Delight. The $12-million project incorporates several existing buildings along with a vacant lot that Zahlco is purchasing from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and University of Maryland Medical Center.

| November 27, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Phase One of Rash Field Redevelopment Expected to Begin Next Fall

Phase One of Rash Field Redevelopment Expected to Begin Next Fall

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore (WPOB) is looking to begin its redevelopment of Rash Field at the Inner Harbor next fall, but the project will now be split up into two phases. The entire project is expected to cost $20 million t0 $22 million and, without the money raised to fund the entire project, WPOB is focusing on the western side of the park which includes the pavilion and several parcels to the west.

| November 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood to Close at Cross Street Market

Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood to Close at Cross Street Market

After more than 45 years at Cross Street Market, Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood is closing. A Baltimore City Circuit judge ruled on Friday that Nick’s is no longer operating under a valid lease. Nick’s and Cross Street Market developer and operator Caves Valley Partners (CVP) reached a settlement today that will allow Nick’s to stay at the market until January 11th. Nick’s will close operations after January 7th, and it will use the final four days to move its equipment from the market.

| November 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Canton-based Contracting Company Relocating to Fairfield to Make Way for Eight-Story Apartment Building

Canton-based Contracting Company Relocating to Fairfield to Make Way for Eight-Story Apartment Building

Halcon needed to move from its longtime home in Canton at 1314 Baylis St., which also faces Boston St., to make way for a new eight-story, 244-unit apartment building by WorkShop Development. The immediate area has seen a lot of mixed-use development in recent years with its close proximity to Canton Crossing and Brewers Hill.

| November 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
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The Urban Oyster to Open Fast-Casual Restaurant and Bar at McHenry Row

The Urban Oyster to Open Fast-Casual Restaurant and Bar at McHenry Row

The Urban Oyster was launched by Jasmine Norton in 2017. It focuses on raw oysters, Norton’s signature chargrilled oysters, and seasonal seafood dishes.

| November 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Ludlow Market Closes in Locust Point, Bottle Shop to Stay Open Through the Weekend

Ludlow Market Closes in Locust Point, Bottle Shop to Stay Open Through the Weekend

“Despite great reviews from The Baltimore Sun and our clientele, I underestimated the marketing capital that would be needed to give us that initial push,” said owner Christopher Spann. “I overestimated what social media and word of mouth could do for us.”

| November 13, 2018 | 0 Comments
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AJ’s on Hanover Opens in Former Bluegrass Space

AJ’s on Hanover Opens in Former Bluegrass Space

AJ’s offers a large selection of “new American cuisine” and an extensive bar menu with signature cocktails and eight local drafts. Learn more about this new restaurant from the owners of Delia Foley’s.

| November 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
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$1.34-Million Stormwater Runoff and Greening Project Underway at Harbor Hospital

$1.34-Million Stormwater Runoff and Greening Project Underway at Harbor Hospital

Gray told SouthBMore.com that future improvements in the works include installing two trash-collecting water wheels on the campus. He said there are not currently any plans for a large expansion and redevelopment of Harbor Hospital’s properties.

| November 9, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Solo Gibbs Master Plan Proposes Large Athletic Field, Demolished School, and a Development Site

Solo Gibbs Master Plan Proposes Large Athletic Field, Demolished School, and a Development Site

The two biggest obstacles to executing this plan are the demolition of the existing Sharp-Leadenhall Elementary School in order to incorporate that land into the park, and finding funding to construct a new recreation center which could total more than $2 million. Sharp-Leadenhall Elementary School is scheduled to close in 2020.

| November 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Light Street Cycles Closing in Federal Hill

Light Street Cycles Closing in Federal Hill

After 28 years in Federal Hill, Light Street Cycles will be closing its 2,000 sq. ft. space at 1124 Light St. Owner Penny Troutner told SouthBMore.com that she does not have a final day of business scheduled yet as she is in the process of figuring out what’s next for her business.

| November 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
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