Locust Point

Man Fatally Shot at Royal Farms Near Locust Point’s Anthem House

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Photo via Google Street View

Baltimore’s most recent homicide happened right outside one of the city’s newest luxury dwellings in South Baltimore, where residents have recently bemoaned an uptick in violent crime.

Hot House: Harbor Views, Dog Park, Pool and More, Make Locust Point’s Anthem House A Good Gig

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Hot House: Anthem House, 900 E. Fort Avenue, Locust Point, Baltimore, 21230

New built luxury mixed-use development in Locust Point.  Nine stories, 292 apartments, modern industrial styling.  Studios at 540 sq. ft., one bedrooms at 702 sq. ft.+, two bedrooms at 1,080 sq. ft.+.  Thirty different floor plans available, including some with additional den. All apartments have views.  Live/work/play design incorporates 4,000 sq. ft. resident-only fitness center opening to outdoor pool and overlooking the harbor. Also bocce court, coffee shop, bar, retail shops, lounge, dog park, outdoor space, outdoor kitchen/grill, clubroom and conference room, parking. All apartments feature wood floors, granite counters, high ceilings, large windows with views. High grade finishes, washer/dryers throughout. Parking, $150 per month: $1,695 – $5,000 

Komen Race for the Cure Moving to McHenry Row After 10 Years in Hunt Valley

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Photo by Ashley Michelle Photography, via Komen Maryland

After a decade in Hunt Valley, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will return to Baltimore to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

Diamondback Brewing Co., Order & Chaos Teaming Up to Make Coffee Stout

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Courtesy Diamondback Brewing Co./Facebook

Two small businesses new to South Baltimore are teaming up to make a rich, cold-weather beer just in time for the holidays.

Baltimore Comes to Aid of Crew on Stranded Malta Ship

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Courtesy NewLead Holdings Ltd.
Courtesy NewLead Holdings Ltd.

The 18 sailors aboard the Newlead Granadino have been stuck in the Baltimore harbor for around seven weeks now. They’re hard at work trying to fix their ship’s mechanical issues, but thanks to some serious generosity from Baltimore-area residents within the last week, they’re now equipped with plenty of supplies.

Baltimore Bike Share Kicks Off in Less Than Two Weeks

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bikeshareThe wait is nearly over for the Baltimore Bike Share program. In 11 days, city residents will be able to rent bicycles, some of them with electric pedal assistance, and cruise to other stations around the harbor, westward to Union Square and northbound to Station North.