A huge snapping turtle recently left his winter hibernation spot to explore new terrain: the streets of Baltimore.
The 5th Annual Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival will air virtually on Sunday, July 4th starting at 1pm! It is FREE to enjoy and appropriate for all ages! Visit https://cherryhillfest.com/ for more information.
Thanks to lead sponsor South Baltimore Gateway Partnerships, Inc., you’ll hear musical performances from Maysa, Teddy Douglas, Mighty Mark & Friends, The Kelly Bell Band, Jahworks and many more!
The Cherry Hill neighborhood in South Baltimore has recorded just one homicide in the past 365 days, and zero killings within its Safe Streets target areas, even as the city’s overall killing rate for 2021 outpaces 2020’s numbers.
Firm behind New York’s High Line set to take over planning vision for South Baltimore waterfront areas
Planning for the revitalization of Baltimore’s Middle Branch waterfront is getting back on track, with the pending hiring of a design team led by a prominent consultant who has worked on transformative projects such as the High Line in New York City.
Baltimore’s Board of Estimates is scheduled this week to approve a request to commission James Corner Field Operations and other project partners to update a master plan guiding development along 11 miles of shoreline on the southern edge of Baltimore, framing the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River.
Chosen redesign for Middle Branch waterfront would turn Hanover Street Bridge into park, build new bridge to Port Covington
Dutch landscape design firm West 8 has emerged as the top contender among three companies that submitted proposals to beautify and repurpose the Middle Branch Waterfront—and its plan proposes a major urban planning overhaul for South Baltimore.
Ignored by and large for decades as the Inner Harbor, Fells Point and other harbor locales redeveloped, the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River is now due for a beautification.
Three national landscape architecture firms have submitted proposals, unveiled today, for a planned waterfront park stretching 11 miles of shoreline in Cherry Hill, Westport, Brooklyn, Port Covington and other neighborhoods in view of the Hanover Street Bridge.