A little over a day after Alex Wroblewski was murdered during an overnight robbery in Locust Point, authorities say two of three suspects are in custody down in Georgia, with the third still on the lam.
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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: 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
Urban Landscape: Bell Foundry for Sale for $1 Million; Ware House 518 Closes; Locust Point to Get 47 New Town Houses; ‘Yappy Hour’ at Harbor Point
Four months after city officials evicted its tenants, the Bell Foundry arts building has been put up for sale.
Ten months after the Carnival Pride cruise ship destroyed a gangway and three parked cars while trying to dock in Locust Point, federal authorities say the ship was approaching the pier too quickly and at too steep of an angle.
Calling all current and former football players: Want to represent Baltimore in the Arena Football League this year?
Two small businesses new to South Baltimore are teaming up to make a rich, cold-weather beer just in time for the holidays.
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.