Next to join Federal Hill’s newly made-over market is Rooster + Hen, a local organic grocery that’s moving from Catonsville to Cross Street.
What’s better than a house party? A Design Distillery Summer Sale! Head over to the Summer Spruce Up Event this Friday, Saturday or Sunday (8/16 – 8/18) for design inspo, give-aways, special savings and a dash of fun. You’ll find everything you need at Design Distillery, Baltimore’s go-to spot for modern home furnishings, located at 1414 Key Highway in Baltimore.
Store-wide savings include: 20% savings on all Gus* Modern Upholstery; markdowns on outdoor furniture and showroom models; and event savings on all in-stock gifts and accessories. While soaking up design inspiration throughout the expertly curated 9000 square foot showroom, enjoy complimentary beer and wine from 3-5pm each day, as well as free Skee-Ball games all day long. Test out some of the gorgeous sofas and chairs while sipping on a cold one and when you are ready to tackle your design dilemmas, a friendly expert will be on hand to help you solve them.
PLUS – Jump-start your sprucing up process by registering to win a Modern Leather Sofa valued at $5700, In-Home Design Consultations, or a Design Distillery $100 Gift Card. No purchase necessary but you must be present to register. Six winners will be announced on 8/21.
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Spring is in the air, flowers are ready to bloom and your garden (whether big or small) is ready for some love! Support local business and head to your neighborhood Ace Hardware Store for their Annual Garden Party Sale on May 4 and May 5! With locations in Canton, Federal Hill and Waverly, take advantage of 20% off plants, pottery, gardening tools, seeds and bulbs and more! Plus on Saturday, May 4, enjoy a garden party from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Along with the sale, enjoy Q&A with local gardening experts, hands-on seed starting workshop, tips from the experts, $3 flat fee for potting station (any size!) and complimentary bites & giveaways. Summer is coming and your local Ace Hardware has you covered!
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From the historic charm and elegant homes of Union Square to Pigtown’s happening Main Street, the neighborhoods around the University of Maryland, Baltimore offer lots to do and a little something for everyone.
“The people are first,” said Tony Scott, who has lived in Union Square for three years, when asked about what he loves about his neighborhood. “It’s one of those unique pockets of Baltimore, where there is ethnic and economic diversity and people from all walks of life.”
The overhauled Cross Street Market has a few new vendors on its roster, including a plant-based food stall called Gangster Vegan Organics, a bar from Highlandtown distillery Old Line Spirits and a fixed stall for traveling pizza purveyor Pizza di Joey.
1700 William Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Listing Price: $299,900
Welcome home! This end of group townhome with great curb appeal has modern finishes, high end upgrades and almost 1600 sq feet of beautiful living. Stainless steel appliances, custom backsplash, granite countertops, and breakfast bar are just the beginning! The kitchen has a lovely built in banquet eating area with tray ceilings and to the sliding glass doors to a 1- small car parking pad. The upstairs has 2 beautiful bedrooms with hardwood flooring. The master bedroom en-suite bath is modern and upscale. The Master has a private entrance to your deck with city views. A must see!
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100 Harborview Dr #Ph1D, Baltimore, MD 21230
3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3,864 Sqft
Listing Price: $1,495,000
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After two years of serving up well-sauced, too-big-for-the-bun fried chicken sandwiches from a stall inside Remington food hall R. House, BRD is joining the party down in Federal Hill.
The Baltimore City Board of Estimates this morning approved $318,000 for the repair of Federal Hill Park after a part of the eastern slope eroded away in December.
Of that, $150,000 comes from the state and $118,000 from the Baltimore Casino Local Development Council, an advisory board in the mayor’s office that consults on spending local impact funds and other casino revenue.*