Tag: restoration

Hands of Time Returning to the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower

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Photo courtesy of Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts

The hands of time are slowly returning to the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

After 18 Months, the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is Getting its Hands Back

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Photo via Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower website

A $1.9 million effort to repair the clock atop Baltimore’s Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is nearing completion, with the clock hands scheduled to return to the four giant clock faces next week.

Baltimore’s Washington Monument Receives National Award for its Restoration

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Baltimore’s Washington Monument has just received more national recognition for its $6.5 million restoration.

Trees Cleared in North Baltimore for Stony Run Restoration Project

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Baltimore lost a large stand of trees near the Jones Falls Expressway in late 2016 when the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. cleared land north of Cold Spring Lane to build an electric substation. Now, more trees have been cut down for a separate project off Charles Street just north of Cold Spring Lane.

Walters Art Museum Outlines a New Vision for its Mt. Vernon Campus

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Exterior work on Hackerman House

The Walters Art Museum is using the start of construction work on Hackerman House to outline a new vision for its Mount Vernon campus, from the way directors refer to certain buildings to what they display inside.

Former Pratt Library in Federal Hill to Become An Events Space

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Courtesy Zillow
Courtesy Zillow

And now, Library & Company?

After restoring the upper level of the former Hampden Presbyterian Church on Falls Road as a venue for weddings and other events, Church & Company directors Alexander Fox and Joey Rubolotta are launching a new project in Federal Hill.

Washington’s Union Station Completes Restoration

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Earthquake repair at Union Station
Earthquake repairs at Union Station

Frequent visitors to Washington’s Union Station may notice on their next trip that something is missing.

For the first time in half a century, managers say, the MainHall of Daniel Burnham’s Beaux Arts train station is free of all construction-related scaffolding and other obstructions and can be viewed as the architect intended.

House of the Day: Historic Beaux Arts Abell Mansion, Restored In Ruxton

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$3,890,000
703 Abell Ridge Circle, Towson
6 bedroom(s), 8 bathroom(s)
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Historic and architecturally significant Beaux Arts manor home, meticulously restored to its original grandeur, with 6 bedrooms, 5 full baths ,and 3 half baths This home boasts a grand entrance hall with beautiful pocket doors open to living room and family room. Gourmet kitchen with breakfast room and separate dining room, media room, and exercise room. Crown molding,10 fireplaces, & wood floors.
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Award-Winning Modernist House in Canton With Glass Catwalk, Panoramic Views

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Hot House: 3222 Foster Avenue, Baltimore, 21224

Custom designed modern house, stucco and brick, built in 2006. Four bedrooms, three and a half baths with separate garage and carriage house. 5,200 square feet total, with multiple decks, views, outdoor courtyard, fireplaces, glass catwalk, elevator shaft: $1,299,999