With a move from Inner Harbor to Locust Point, ad and brand agency Planit is part of a new neighborhood. Along with new life for the former Syrup King Molasses factory, founders Ed Callahan and Matt Doud are bringing a new meeting place.
Baltimore is defined by neighborhoods on many levels, including fun. There are a couple of chances to head out to a corner of town this weekend, specifically in the South and Southeast direction. It still feels like summer, so it’s also a good excuse to head outside.
1310 Andre Street #A, Locust Point, Baltimore, MD 21230
Recent renovation of circa 1875 attached brick-fronted townhouse with asphalt shingle roof, sided back, large roof deck. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, 2,500 sq. ft. over four levels with finished basement. Open plan, extensive wall space, all new stainless steel kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, rain showers, sep. whirlpool tub, dual zone HVAC. 360-degree views from roof deck include water views. Parking pad in rear: $468,500 (recently reduced)
Scott Plank and his wife, Dana DiCarlo, funded a new center to make sure teachers at one Locust Point school get their phys ed. The Teacher Wellness Center at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School draws on a model that thinks of the educators as well as the students, according to a release posted at SouthBmore.com.
Now that the first dirt has been thrown, construction is set to begin on Anthem House. The Locust Point development is the latest mixed-use project from the Bozzuto Group.