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Hot House: Old Calvert Street Mansion Revamped Into Cool Work Space Asks $1.3M

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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)

The Rack: Baby’s On Fire Celebrates Food, Music and Great Coffee in Mt. Vernon

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Baby’s On Fire in Mt. Vernon.

Tucked into a small, quiet corner of Mt. Vernon, a decades-old dream is being lived out in full.

Hotel Brexton, Inn at the Colonnade, Court Square Building Among Portfolio of Properties for Sale

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The Hotel Brexton, photo by James Russiello

Ten prominent buildings, mostly in downtown Baltimore, have just come on the market due to the pending retirement of their owner, Richard Naing of RWN Development Group.

Top Stories: Trump Adviser Cordish Has History of Lawsuits, a Restored Blue Mt. Vernon Townhouse and a Glowing Bike Path in Port Covington

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All eyes this week were on Donald Trump, but by extension, they also homed in on his new presidential adviser, Baltimore developer Reed Cordish. Following the news of Cordish’s official appointment to Trump’s team, news outlets dug up some of his checkered history of plaintiffs alleging racial discrimination against his company. Our new president responded to one of those outlets with a statement defending his decision to hire Cordish.

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Why So Blue? Mt. Vernon Townhouse Wants $589K, And Living Room Paint

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Hot House: 17 W. Chase Street, Baltimore, 21201

Free-standing Victorian townhouse, circa 1900, with storefront. Brick construction, with slate mansard roof. Four bedrooms, three full baths over four stories and 2,685 sq. ft., with back deck and side patio. Unfinished basement. Large, high-ceiling rooms, original architectural features. Gourmet designer kitchen with cherry cabinets, top grade stainless appliances, granite counters. Living room, dining room, two carved marble fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout. Three upstairs bedrooms.  Master bath has separate whirlpool tub and sauna. Forced air heat and central a/c. Parking for two cars: $589,000 (recently reduced)

Owner Considers Mount Vernon Nightspot Sale, Former Sons of Italy Lodge Eyed for Demolition; Progress on Roland Park Water Tower and More

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Grand Central
Grand Central

One year after the Hippo nightclub closed due to the owner’s retirement, the fate of another gay-friendly Mount Vernon nightspot is up in the air.

Baltimore’s Gay Bars Aren’t Joining the Yuengling Boycott

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Yuengling Truck
Unlike their counterparts in other East Coast cities, Baltimore’s gay bars and gay-friendly dining spots haven’t hopped on the Yuengling boycott bandwagon.

Vintage meets Handmade in a new Mt. Vernon Shop

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Keepers Vintage opens November 1 in a new Mt Vernon Location
Keepers Vintage opens November 1 in a new Mt Vernon Location

Sometimes what pairs best with age are age-old traditions. If you agree, then look no further than Mount Vernon. Local vintage clothing goldmine, Keeper’s Vintage, has been in multiple locations in Baltimore, both permanent and nomadic. Starting at outdoor events, and in shared spaces, owner Erica Bentley eventually opened her own space in 2015. Craftswoman Letta Moore of Knits, Soy & Metal has been selling her earth-conscious line of hand-poured Soy candles, chunky hand-knit scarves, and delicate handmade jewelry at art fairs and online, as well as to local retail shops for years. Both women collected sizable followings as they grew their small businesses. Now the two are teaming together in a new, more permanent location of Keeper’s Vintage on Read Street, opening just in time for unique holiday shopping.

Mt. Vernon Marketplace is Having a First Birthday Party

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courtesy Mt. Vernon Marketplace
courtesy Mt. Vernon Marketplace

catch of the day fish (2)It managed to stay upright despite a massive sinkhole. Mt. Vernon Marketplace made it to its first birthday.

Frederick to Relocate Statues of Roger Taney and Slave-Owning Governor

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Another Roger Taney Statue in Mt. Vernon, Baltimore
Another Roger Taney Statue in Mt. Vernon, Baltimore

While Baltimore struggles to find a place for two of its embattled statues, the City of Frederick is now preparing to send its own racially controversial stone heads to a literal graveyard.