Triangular brick townhouse, circa 1900, with storefront. First-floor shop with trapdoor access to full, unfinished basement with half bath. Second-floor living room/kitchen. Third-floor full bath and bedroom. About 552 sq. ft. aboveground. Separate side entrance to living space. Good condition, all systems up to date. Forced air heat, no central air. Zoned for residential and commercial use, buyer will need commercial loan: $150,000
The iconic holiday lighting of the George Washington Monument is back.
Baltimore Center Stage has continued its fall season with Shakespeare In Love, a theatrical adaptation of the Oscar-winning film of the same name, directed by Blake Robison, Artistic Director of the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
Hot House: 1001 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Three-story, brick, corner townhouse, circa 1900, with double bay windows at side and back. Complete 2013 historical renovation designed for office or residential use. Six bedrooms, two half and two full baths, 6,300 sq. ft. Large open floor plan. Original architectural features include 10′ ceilings, exceptional carved wood trim, marble fireplaces and hardwood floors. Sixty windows in total, double paned and insulated. Large main floor rooms, dining room, industrial style kitchen and bathrooms. State-of-the-art HVAC, lighting, many technological upgrades. Central A/C. Separate, lower level, above ground office space, additional 1,000 sq. ft., with separate entrance. Ten to 12 car parking lot. $1,300,000 (reduced from $1,499,950)
Baltimore’s newest hotel is expected to open in less than four months.
One hundred years ago, thousands of people filled Mt. Vernon Place as French emissaries broke ground on a statue honoring Marquis de Lafayette. On Tuesday evening, crowds will gather again to commemorate the event.