Locust Point

Flexible Space Rental at Affordable Rates with Leanspace Solutions

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From the LeanSpace website:

LEANSPACE Solutions provides affordable hourly/daily space rental alternatives for small businesses and groups, freelancers and individuals. Our inaugural location, 900 square feet of boutique office and event space in Baltimore’s historic Federal Hill/Riverside neighborhood, is within walking distance to notable restaurants and some of Baltimore’s most popular tourist attractions.

 We offer more services than your neighborhood cafe or coffee shop. In fact, you can enjoy free WiFi, free coffee or tea, free scanning, and free outbound domestic faxes with most bookings.* LEANSPACE Solutions is the brainchild of Carolyn Lynch, CPA, co-founder of a 22 year old consulting company that is still operating. Sensitive to small business viability challenges, whether a start up or established entity, she is keenly aware of fixed asset and space challenges in the early and growth stages of a business. While LEANSPACE is not an incubator, we can provide much of the support needed to help you conduct your business in order to cultivate and grow your business. Stay tuned for additional sites for LEANSPACE Solutions in Baltimore City in the near future.

Small Business Support and Rentable Workspace from LEANSPACE

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catch of the day fish (2)Most of us have at least a touch of the entrepreneurial spirit inside of us. And starting your own small business can certainly be exciting, and a great way to do what you love. But if you ask pretty much anyone who’s started their own business, or who works for themselves, you’ll likely hear tale after tale (and sometimes lamentation) about just how difficult starting your own small business can be. Start-up and overhead costs can spiral out of control before you’ve even got your feet on the ground. Simply having the space to work and meet with colleagues or clients can be a surprising stumbling block. And sure there’s the entire sector of the population that uses the neighborhood coffee shop as an office, but is that really the best model for a small business? We think not. Coworking has come into vogue in a number of larger cities, and thankfully, it’s also here (and expanding!) in Baltimore. LEANSPACE Solutions offers exceptional coworking and meeting space right here in town—with a spectrum of services for everyone from the lone freelancer to the growing tech firm.Small private conference Room

Baltimore Lofts – Living in Spacious Luxury

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101 Ellwood Lofts and Apartments

To live in—and love—this city, is to love its skyline. We may not have the most recognizable one in the world, but like the old song says, “the prettiest place on Earth is Baltimore at night.” We agree, of course. That’s part of why we live here. Our densely-packed cityscape is full of unique architecture and buildings that hearken back to some of the golden moments of American history. And when their windows light up at night, it’s certainly something to behold. Our rich legacy as a place where immense amounts of goods were produced and shipped is written all over this town.

House of The Day: Silo Point Luxury With Key Bridge View

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$318,900
1200 Steuart Street, Locust Point
1 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
1,331 square feet
1200 Steuart Street
1200 Steuart Street
1200 Steuart Street
1200 Steuart Street
1200 Steuart Street
1200 Steuart Street
1200 Steuart Street

Locust Point to Get a New Restaurant or Something from the Folks at Salt

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It’s not going to be another Salt, but the owners of the Fells Point restaurant that serves duck fat fries and roasted stuffed quail are about to close on 1157 Haubert Street in Locust Point.

The 1,680 square-foot converted rowhome currently serves as a bar called The House (which, according to their Facebook page, only got themselves up and running this summer), and Salt’s Jason Ambrose says the new place will be “some sort of bar that sells food.” But other than that, it’s anyone’s guess. Ambrose hopes to open by spring 2014.

What do you think, Locus Pointers?

 

 

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