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Prime waterfront Fells Point property eyed for 300 apartments, townhomes

Prime waterfront Fells Point property eyed for 300 apartments, townhomes

2001 Aliceanna Street, the 3.5 acre lot that sits along the Fells Point Waterfront, is being proposed for apartments and townhomes by owner Elm Street Development.

It is currently the site of a warehouse and a parking lot being rented out by the National Aquarium for large fish tanks.

This plan would convert the existing 184,962 SF building into a parking garage. It would then build three stories atop the warehouse that would hold 277 apartments. On the adjacent surface parking lot, the developer plans a mix of 23 townhouses and condos, says Jim Mobley, a project manager for Elm Street Development.


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Amazon Will Now Deliver a Tiny House to Your Door

We all know you can get anything on Amazon, but now you can get an actual house delivered straight to your door.

MODS International has made their shipping container homes ready to order with just a few clicks. The 320 SF homes come equipped with all appliances, bath fixtures and hook ups for plumbing, water & electric. And prime members don’t worry- you will still get your 2 day shipping.

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414 Light Street: A Bit of Miami, New York & LA

Baltimore’s latest up-and-coming apartment complex, 414 Light Street, will have a “unique mix of modern, rustic, artistic chic and urban cutting edge” says interior designer Kari Whitman. Whitman, whose clients range from Jessica Alba and Kristen Bell to the royal family of Saudi Arabia, thinks the apartment complex will help “change Baltimore a lot, boasting timeless, modern, green and artistic building elements.”

With the first tenants set to move in in March, the leasing office is feeling enthusiastic. The complex will offer features such as a saltwater pool, two outdoor chef’s kitchens and a large outdoor movie screen all overlooking the waterfront on one end and Camden Yards on the other end.

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Neighborhoods in Baltimore to Benefit from the Future Fund

It’s a breath of fresh air to see investment in the Baltimore metro- especially when it comes from local banks and philanthropic organizations. The Central Baltimore Future Fund, tied to the efforts from the Johns Hopkins University community, is intended to improve ten neighborhoods near the university in central Baltimore. $10 million is already in the fund, and investments are starting on vacant homes in the Barclay neighborhood.


Read more about the CBFF here on the Baltimore Sun.

Hidden Gems in Charm City

Disenfranchised with the usual suspects in the neighborhoods of Baltimore City? Looking for a little variety or perhaps a little adventure? Well, Baltimore Magazine outlined a few lesser-traveled neighborhoods both within the city or within a stones throw of the border. Take a look and be charmed by some neighborhoods a little off the beaten path.


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Read more on the Baltimore Magazine article here.


As Baltimore grows and changes over the years, there are inevitably things that get lost with the times. Peek into Baltimore’s past, and see a few images that will never be the face of Baltimore again.


Look at the album here on the Baltimore Sun.

Rash Field to Sport New Features; Potential to See Changes Completed in 2017

Rash Field, and iconic part of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Waterfront, has seen much controversy in years past. This week, the Waterfront Partnership and Mahan Rykiel Associates revealed a plan for the space that seems to tick many boxes. The field will sport volleyball courts, yard space for other outdoor sports, a traverse-able climbing wall, and a potential play ground.


Read more about the future plans on South B More here.

Multi-Million Dollar Redevelopment Project Headed by Plank Seeks Government Funds

If you listen to the radio or watch TV, chances are, you’ve heard the new ads that have been running that talk about Port Covington. Port Covington, a neighborhood revitalization project that is slated to home the Under Armour headquarters, is a 266 acre plot of land on the water. This week, the Sagamore Development (owned by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank) requested $535 million from the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC). Additionally, the project will require $573.6 million in state and federal funding, and $327.7 of Sagamore’s own funds initially.


Read the article on the Baltimore Business Journal here.