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Gibson Island Corporation Real Estate Open House – Saturday 9/19

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OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, September 19
2PM – 5PM

Every property has something very special to offer on magical Gibson Island!

Absolutely extraordinary setting – 1000 acres with seven miles of shoreline, two-thirds of the land undeveloped and owned by the Gibson Island Corporation, one third residential home sites. Click here for a spectacular video tour of this gorgeous paradise, located less than an hour from Annapolis, Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Situated on the Western shore of Maryland, with no Bay Bridge crossing and close proximity to BWI Airport and the Amtrak Train Station! The Island is home to a 44-acre fresh water lake and features a private country club (membership by invitation) which offers fine dining, golf, tennis, yachting, and swimming as well as a fitness center, croquet, skeet shooting, garden club, summer camp and more. Boaters will love the full-service yacht yard. A staffed gatehouse and the Gibson Island Police Department ensure privacy and security. The Island also has a museum detailing the Island’s unique history and a Service Department that offers a variety of services to Island homeowners.
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Check out this wonderful Gibson Island home for sale!

Liza Hathaway Matthews Art Show: Monument Sotheby’s International Realty

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An Open House for this event is scheduled for Thursday, September 3rd from 6:00 – 8:00pm at the beautiful Roland Park Gallery at 4800 Roland Avenue. Please register here for a spot at the Open House as spaces will be limited due to the COVID regulations.

Stop by for a sneak peak TODAY, 8/27, from 9:30am – 5:30pm or TOMORROW, 8/28, from 9:30am – 4:30pm. Email Noelle or Liza to schedule an appointment before next week’s opening reception.

Water, crabs and history: 9 1/2 Hours in Dundalk

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Dundalk Town Center

People are staying closer to home these days, but there’s still lots to do in the region. 9 ½ hours is a new feature with suggestions for local day trips.

So you’re in the mood to get out on the water and eat some crabs. Annapolis and the Eastern Shore are obvious choices. But have you considered Dundalk?

The post-industrial waterfront community on the East Side of Baltimore County seems perpetually poised for rebirth, with an authentic tank-top-and-tattoo personality that occasionally serves as a regional punch line. It’s also got miles of waterfront, cool breweries and restaurants, and a heck of a history.

The Village of Cross Keys is officially back under local ownership

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Courtesy of Caves Valley Partners.

After 16 years of out-of-town ownership, The Village of Cross Keys is back in local hands.

“Time to Unlock the Potential,” says a blue and white sign next to the front gatehouse, bearing a giant key similar to ones on the Cross Keys logo. “Now Under Local Ownership. Caves Valley Partners.”

More than two years after it first expressed interest, Caves Valley Partners completed its acquisition of the commercial assets of Cross Keys yesterday and immediately disclosed plans to upgrade and expand the mixed-use community at 5100 Falls Road.

Hampden home goods store Trohv is closing

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Trohv, a home goods store in Hampden, will be closing, owner Carmen Brock announced on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Trohv Instagram.

Trohv, a home goods store on The Avenue in Hampden, will be closing its brick-and-mortar shop for good, owner Carmen Brock announced on Tuesday.

Featured Hot Listing: Cruise Up Your Long Driveway and Marvel at Your Modern Manor

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2802 GRASTY WOODS LANE PIKESVILLE, MD 21208

Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Cruise up your long driveway and marvel at your modern manor. Sleek, smart, and sophisticated. Spectacular architecture and design. Inviting entrance welcomes you home. Wood-grain porcelain tile, cathedral ceilings, and floor to ceiling picture windows illuminate the main level. Customize your daily life with smart LED lights throughout and ambient sounds from your Sonos audio system. Massive Renaissance linear fireplace anchors the main living area. Relish the snap crackle and pop of a real wood fireplace. Masterful cooking space. Professional appliances, and endless counter space. Create what you desire. Loft-style upper level spurs creativity. Showcase your collections under dazzling lights. Be inspired. Recharge in your luxe master suite. Start your mornings with ease. Brew a delectable drink at your coffee bar, and compose your outfit in your expansive closet. Feel invigorated every day in your spa bath with steam shower and heated floors. Lower level is the ultimate entertainment and gathering space. Like a luxury skybox suite. You will always have the best seat in the house in front of your projection screen. Make this your home base. Retreat to your outdoor patio and look out to your pristine yard and mature trees. Privacy abounds. Dedicated fenced area connected to your patio is perfect for your pups to romp around in and unwind. No detail has been overlooked. Just over 7,200 sq ft. Truly remarkable. Uber convenient access to 695 and Green Spring Valley. Minutes to everywhere you want to be while feeling a million miles away. The art of uniting human and home.

Bullhead Pit Beef opens stall in Cross Street Market

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Bullhead Pit Beef owner Larry Jackson stands in front of his food truck. Bullhead opened a stall at Cross Street Market today after the coronavirus pandemic delayed their plans nearly four months. Photo courtesy of Bullhead Pit Beef

After 10 years of selling grilled meats from a food truck, Bullhead Pit Beef opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant today at Cross Street Market, market owners Caves Valley Partners and CANAdev announced.

The restaurant was originally slated to open at the market in March, but Bullhead owner Larry Jackson told Baltimore Fishbowl that the coronavirus put their plans on hold.

“The shutdown pretty much stopped all of my vendors, so it was pretty impossible for me to get a lot of stuff,” Jackson said. “Also, we slowed down because we weren’t sure what coronavirus was and opening up in the middle of coronavirus wasn’t advisable.”

Now that Maryland has lifted some restrictions on restaurants, and Cross Street Market has implemented safety precautions, Bullhead’s restaurant is open for business.

Featured Hot Listing: Awe-Inspiring Contemporary Deck House in Sought After Golf Course Community

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321 Golf Course Road, Owings Mill, MD 21117

Coming Soon to the MLS. Cultivate your existence. Live authentically. Journey your scenic, private drive through pristine woodlands and be welcomed home to your awe-inspiring contemporary deck house in sought after Golf Course community. Elemental symphony of glass, wood, cathedral ceilings, and lofty spaces. Architecturally stunning. Neutral palette. Deck houses are strong and timeless. Create exciting artistic synergy with modern and eclectic interiors. Light abounds from every room. Connect and cherish everyday moments in your stylish gathering spaces. Indoor living and outdoor decks connect seamlessly. Embrace relaxation and stillness in your intimate, lodge-style den. Master suite is bright and airy. Luxuriate in your spa bath and be drenched in natural light. Spectacular, expansive deck overlooks the stone terrace and lush gardens below. Gather around the fire pit and imbibe into the evening with laughter and delight. Plush yard is lined by majestic trees. Privacy abounds. Revel the sounds of songbirds and wildlife. Lives like your own private park. Minutes to everywhere you want to be. The art of uniting human and home.

The Urban Oyster to close on July 26, hints at future reopening at new location

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The Urban Oyster, the Locust Point oyster bar, is closing July 26, the restaurant’s owner announced on Facebook on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Urban Oyster’s Facebook.

The Urban Oyster, a Locust Point restaurant known for its chargrilled oysters and other seafood selections, will close its doors on July 26, but owner and chef Jasmine Norton hinted at reopening the business at a yet-to-be determined new location.

Tune into a Special Live Sampling of the 2nd Annual Asia North Festival – Friday, July 17

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Asian Arts & Culture Center (AA&CC), Central Baltimore Partnership, and the Station North Arts District are thrilled to present part two of the Asia North 2020 Festival on July 17th at 8pm. Catch a virtual taste of Asia North 2020 in this third Station North Shines episode, featuring four artists from Asia North and two more recipes from local restaurants. Mark your calendars for July 17 and tune into Station North on Facebook to watch the Facebook Live event (hit “play” on the top post to see the livestream).

The Asian Arts & Culture Center and the Central Baltimore Partnership in collaboration with Stillpointe Theatre, Charm City Night Market, Motor House, North Avenue Market, and several other community organizations originally planned the Asia North 2020 exhibition for April 4-May 9 and a festival with performances and an Underground Night Market in Graffiti Alley by Charm City Night Market for April 4. However, due to COVID-19, the organizations have partnered with the Station North Arts District to go digital for the time-being, hosting the exhibit and live virtual events like this one online. Plans are being made to reschedule the live festival for fall 2020.

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