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Proposed Apartments Near Little Italy Gain 7 Stories, While Project Planned for North Roland Park Loses a Floor

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Rendering of a planned apartment building near Little Italy, via AvalonBay Communities

A luxury apartment building planned for a site near Little Italy and Harbor East has grown by seven stories and gained a co-developer. In North Roland Park, meanwhile, a proposed apartment complex has lost a level.

Top Stories: Williams Sonoma Joins Stores Departing Downtown Towson, Sagamore Pendry to Open March 21, A $2 Million Townhouse in Little Italy

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The top story on Baltimore Fishbowl this week was Ed Gunts’ weekly real estate development column, which led with the news that yet another store is leaving downtown Towson. The kitchenware and home furnishings retailer Williams Sonoma, located in Towson Town Center, has posted signs on its windows indicating it plans to close.

4,000-Square-Foot Pallazo-Style Townhouse In Little Italy Asks $1.985M

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Hot House: 229 South Exeter Street, Baltimore MD 21202

Four-story, brick, Federal-style townhouse, circa 1900 with two outdoor terraces, penthouse sunroom and an elevator to all floors. 2007 luxury renovation, 2012 expansion with center skylight. Three bedrooms, 3.5 baths over 3, 750 sq. ft., with additional finished basement. Nine-foot ceilings, marble entrance hall, hardwood floors throughout. Custom wood moldings and trim, marble floors and countertops. Large living room at main level, large second-floor family room and gourmet open-plan kitchen with French doors to balcony, marble counters, Wolf range, Sub-Zero fridge. Master bedroom has a private entrance, custom double closets. Top-floor studio w/three double French doors, teak decking, panoramic city views. Custom lighting and whole house audio, security systems. Two-car garage on secured, gated alley: $1,985,000

The Urban Pirates Are Bringing Warm Meals to Sailors Stranded in the Harbor

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Courtesy Urban Pirates/Facebook
Courtesy Urban Pirates/Facebook

During the warmer months, you may have been lucky enough to spot a pirate ship carrying tourists and partying adults around the Inner Harbor. The pirate hosts have now stopped offering those excursions with cold weather moving in, but they’ve stayed busy this month delivering some good eats to the unfortunate souls stranded aboard the Newlead Granadino.

Madonnari Art Festival Shows Little Italy’s Creative Side

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litteitalcatch of the day fish (2)Baltimore’s Little Italy is a cozy neighborhood with great food. But when it comes to the country that inspired the community, you can’t forget art.

Happy July: Little Italy’s Outdoor Summer Film Series Has Arrived

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photo courtesy Little Italy
photo courtesy Little Italy

catch of the day fish (2)For many it’s the start of a new fiscal year and the holiday weekend. In Little Italy, it’s time to grab a lawn chair and point the projector at Ciao Bella Restaurant.

On The Market: Former Warehouse, Legendary Studio/Home of Photographer Sam Holden

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Hot House: 904 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore 21202

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Former provisions warehouse, circa 1920, in painted brick with glass block windows and triple membrane rubber roof. Features 4,435 sq. ft. over two levels, with 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, commercial kitchen, two wood-burning stoves, office, separate laundry area. Commercial grade HVAC w/central air, security system, large roof deck. Commercial rollup garage door, interior accommodates 6 cars. Hybrid zoning offers multiple use options: $1,200,000

Little Italy’s Open Air Film Fest is Back

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Film_Festivalcatch of the day fish (2)Partying since 1999, the Little Italy Open Air Film Fest is still rolling for 2015. The first movie airs Friday, July 3.

More Tortillas for Baltimore, Hooray!

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Fells Point’s Tortilleria Sinaloa is my favorite spot in town to buy tortillas. The small (only 8 seats!) Mexican cafe makes its tortillas fresh every day, and customers can walk away with a stack of warm, paper-wrapped tortillas to take home. Lucky for us, Tortilleria Sinaloa is opening another location in Baltimore–which means more tortillas. Which means more happiness.