Federal Hill

Event Pick: Enjoy all things pumpkin, including carving, at Don’t Know Tavern

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Unless you are a child–in which case, hello, thanks for reading–the days of trick-or-treating have passed you by. But nobody is too old to enjoy Halloween-related activities like dressing up, carving a pumpkin or eating candy, even if you’re too old to go door to door soliciting for it.

10 vendors, including some old favorites, announced for redeveloped Cross Street Market

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Rendering via Caves Valley Partners

As we approach the two-year anniversary of the city reaching a deal with Caves Valley Partners to re-do Cross Street Market in Federal Hill, the market today announced 10 new and returning vendors, ranging from longtime tenants to a shiny new coffee shop, plus Korean and Vietnamese options.

Smaller home, bigger life: Fed Hill is a playground for empty nesters who have outgrown the ‘burbs

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When Faith and Ted Millspaugh moved from The Orchards to Federal Hill in 2016, they did more than simply change homes. They also updated their lifestyle.

The Millspaughs closed on their new home — a two-story, 2,300-square-foot condo at the top of Federal Hill Park — in the summer of 2016. They were sold on the quiet luxury of the building, the light and the wrap-around terrace with its views of the stadiums on one side and the harbor on the other. “And the parking!” adds Faith. The condo came with two deeded parking spaces, which the Millspaughs appreciate on a daily basis.

Event Pick: Have some drinks to celebrate Baltimore’s sister city Rotterdam

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Image via Wikimedia Commons.

Maybe you knew that Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, is one of Baltimore’s sister cities, but did you know just how similar they are? They “have approximately the same geographical and population size.

Anthem House – Vibrant apartment community surrounded by history and culture

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Inspired by the rich history and culture of surrounding Baltimore, Anthem House offers a unique approach to apartment living centered on building a community of creative, energetic residents.

A state-of-the-art fitness center, a full acre of outdoor space, an on-site restaurant and bar – find creative spaces and spectacular amenities that foster wellness and cultivate creativity, all just steps from your front door. Plus, with an address in the heart of Locust Point, you’d be hard pressed to find a more convenient location in the city. Lease with us by June 30th and we’ll treat you to one month free — plus an additional $500 off your first month’s rent if you move in by May 31st.*

Anthem House isn’t merely an apartment building – it’s a way of life. Schedule a tour today to find your niche in our one-of-a-kind community while we still have availability — with only a handful of inspired urban residences remaining, it’s time to make your move to Locust Point.

Hot House: Former Fed Hill brewery with big personality, $645K

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Hot House: 457 Grindall Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

Converted industrial space, circa 1900, in brick and stucco with asphalt roof and two-level roof deck. Two bedrooms, 2.5 baths over two stories and 2,516 sq. ft. Open floor plan has main floor living area with gas fireplace, large windows, built-ins. Kitchen with mosaic-tiled floor, large granite island, industrial fixtures, Verone Italian range. Bedroom and full bath on main level. Large studio/master bedroom upstairs with full bath, shower, jacuzzi tub. Central a/c. Possible garage. Possible rental unit. Extensive outdoor space, lush gardens, water views from roof deck: $645,000

Event Pick: Brewer’s Cask in Fed Hill screens ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’

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In the latest installment of “Bill Murray Movie Night,” Federal Hill beer bar Brewer’s Cask is showing Wed Anderson’s witty 2001 redemption tale, “The Royal Tenenbaums.”

Coming Soon? A Bike Boulevard for Covington Street in Federal Hill and Riverside

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Baltimore’s Board of Estimates will vote tomorrow on whether to disburse more than $91,000 in state grants for a new “bicycle boulevard” along Covington Street in Federal Hill and Riverside.

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