Despite a three-alarm blaze last week that destroyed a portion of the American Ice Company building’s roof, the developer who wants to convert the dilapidated West Baltimore structure into a beer garden, art studios and event space said he can proceed as planned.
A Charm City native, Tania has proudly spent most of her life in Baltimore. After attending St. Paul’s School for Girls for twelve years, she stayed local and graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2007. She received her Master’s Degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C., and then immediately joined the international defense world. She spent almost a decade working with a vast array of different clients, managing high-profile international contracts and honing her skillsets in finance, negotiation and customer relations. Tania developed a heightened awareness for people’s needs and longed to pursue a different path where she could use her innate love and talent for human connection and communication. With a strong understanding and aptitude for the real estate market, Tania joined Krauss in 2017. She brings her can-do attitude to the office every day and gives her clients the focus, attention and dedication that they deserve.
Woodberry residents on Thursday evening got their first look at some revised, if familiar-looking plans for a new apartment building where two 1840s stone mill houses were demolished in May against the community’s wishes.
201 GOODWOOD GARDENS, BALTIMORE, MD 21210
7 bedrooms, 4 baths
Listing Price: $1,100,000
Timeless Georgian estate circa 1906 on coveted Goodwood Gardens. Enduring architectural presence with classic proportions and symmetry. Long stone pathway leads you to welcoming covered front porch. Stately living hall with dramatic stairwell and landing. Original detail abounds. Strong bones. Handsome library wrapped in rich mahogany. Expansive fenced yard with pool and lush grounds. Rare opportunity to cultivate your aesthetic in spectacular urban oasis.
The property owners behind a controversial project in Woodberry have wasted no time assembling a new team to design a development where two historic stone millworkers’ houses were torn down in May.
326 S WIND ROAD, BALTIMORE, MD 21204
5 bedrooms, 4 baths
Listing Price: $1,595,000
Timeless New England style barn with gambrel roof line and classic appeal. Converted in 1946. Tastefully renovated and expanded by current owners with stunning design by Jeff and Laura Penza. Incredible ceiling height lends itself to airy, light filled living spaces coupled with original architectural details that anchor your sense of place. Interior aesthetic realized by Stiles Colwill. Absolutely magnificent setting in prime Ruxton locale. Mature trees, inviting stone terraces and incredibly private front and rear yards. Organizational dream with literally a place for everything. Multiple office spaces and dedicated craft room. Embrace the tidy life. Minutes to everywhere you want to be.