Tag: Medfield

Vent Coffee Roasters Joins Growing Roster at Union Collective

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Photo by Amanda Adams, courtesy of Vent Coffee Roasters

Beer, rock climbing, whiskey, hot sauce, ice cream – and now coffee.

Baltimore Whiskey Company to Relocate to Medfield’s Union Collective Next Year

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Photo via Google Street View

Union Craft Brewing’s planned local merchant hub is filling up fast.

The Charmery to Open Factory, Second Retail Location at Union Collective in 2018

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Photo by Ethan McLeod

Here’s something most Baltimoreans can agree on: What’s better than one Charmery? Two Charmeries.

Rock Climbing Gym Coming to Medfield in 2018 as Union Collective’s First Tenant

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A shot of Earth Treks Crystal City, which opened in 2016. Photo courtesy of Earth Treks.

Charm City is getting its first-ever rock climbing gym in Union Craft Brewing’s new planned local retail complex in Medfield.

Union Craft to Build Much Larger Brewery on 41st Street, Along with Retail Complex for Baltimore Merchants

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The outside of the new space at 1700 W. 41st Street. Photo via Union Craft.

Woodberry’s Union Craft Brewing is planning a major move, and though the company won’t going be very far, the new space should allow the beer makers to spread their wings.

Top Stories: ‘Lit City’ Party Planned for the Orleans Street Viaduct; Starbucks to Replace Historic Bel-Loc Diner in Parkville, Deciding the Fate of Camden Station

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Baltimore Fishbowl’s top story this week concerned a flashy dance party planned in an underpass downtown early next month. Many evening drivers on St. Paul Street have witnessed the bright neon lights lining the underside of the Orleans Street viaduct. On Thursday, April 6, the Downtown Partnership has arranged to transform that section of the road into a full-blown party with a dance floor, DJ and an open bar. As it falls in the middle of the Light City festival, the organization has cleverly dubbed the event “Lit City.”

Our readers were thrilled about the news of the party. The question is, will they get in? The Downtown Partnership expects the event to sell out quickly. For now, it appears tickets ($40) are still available.

Here were our other most-read stories in the last seven days:

In Medfield: Cute Little House on Double Lot, With a Good Public School

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Hot House: 4404 Buchanan Avenue, Medfield, Baltimore 21211

Cape Cod house with front porch and back deck, circa 1910, brick with slate roof, recent renovation. Three bedrooms, two full baths over two stories and 1,510 square feet. Updates include refinished original North Carolina pine hardwood floors, remodeled kitchen with stainless appliances and island, new HVAC, new water heater, electrical system and newly poured basement floor with french drains. Living room with fireplace. Dining room with french doors to large deck for entertaining. Fourth bedroom/den/office upstairs. Fully finished basement. Central a/c. On-street parking. $309,000

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House of the Day: Stucco Foursquare In Medfield, With Porch and Garage

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$239,900
4436 Clydesdale Avenue, Medfield
3 bedroom(s), 1 bathroom(s)
4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue

Retro-Modern American Foursquare in Medfield: With Historic Civil War Detour

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Hot House: 4316 Grand View Avenue, Medfield, Baltimore, 21211

American Foursquare, wood frame, circa 1925, on .25 acre lot. 1,308 sq. ft.,  with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths over two and a half floors. Fully fenced yard and full, unfinished basement. Front porch with stone steps, original pine floors throughout, original pine finishes, renovated kitchen, garden shed, stone patio, two-car parking, central A/C: $325,000

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What: An All-American. Influenced by the Prairie architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and sometimes referred to as the Prairie Box, this architectural style swept small towns of America in the post-Victorian era, roughly 1900 to 1930.  The simple, boxy shape made it easy to assemble from mail-order house kits popular at the time, sold by Sears and other companies. Foursquares could be dressed up with gingerbread or bay windows, and executed in stucco or brick, as well as wood –  but all have the distinguishing low roof angles, overhanging eves,  front porch and a simple floor plan designed to provide roomy interiors on smaller city lots. Which this one does, nicely. Downstairs, a simple-but-spacious living room/dining room/kitchen configuration — the kitchen has granite countertops. There are three bedrooms upstairs — again, roomy, but there’s no master bath. Lovely, unpainted woodwork and Craftsman touches lift things up, style-wise. It’s been painted and decorated in a manner at once retro and hip, a great choice that puts the house in its best light.