Developers of the Wheelhouse apartment project in South Baltimore–aimed at millennials who want to live a “car-free lifestyle”–are planning to launch a possible sequel in the Station North area.
Hot House: 43 S. Carey Street, Baltimore, 21223
Former Baltimore City firehouse, circa 1906, decommissioned in 2001 and zoned for residential use. Two-story brick building, with basement. 3,780 sq. ft. unfinished space, with one full bath, two possible bedrooms. Fifteen foot+ ceilings on lower level, 13’ ceilings on second level, basement with eight-foot ceilings. Steam heat. Property being sold “as is”: $499,900
When Brian Hammock and his wife found out in 2014 that their family would grow from two children to three, the couple knew they’d be needing a little more space than the 1,500-square-foot Lake Evesham home they had lived in for seven years. The family considered moving out of the city, but after some searching they found the perfect upgrade — a larger, 2,200 square foot home just a mile south in the historic Homeland neighborhood.
“We felt like we could get a home that really had some character at a better price than outside of the city,” Hammock said. “You just can’t find 22-inch stone walls anywhere else.”
For decades, the Homewood Museum’s tours at Johns Hopkins University have fixated on the gilded lives of the Carroll family, one of Maryland’s most famous and historically rooted bloodlines, and the Federal-period arts and architecture of their opulent home.
But starting next month, those tours will dive equally into the lives of the Conner and Ross families, who served the Carrolls as slaves.
The developer behind the planned Woodberry Station apartment building on Clipper Road has cut the size of the project by nearly a third, reducing the planned number of units from around 80 to 55.
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.*
4662 Keswick Road, Baltimore, MD, 21210
2 bedrooms, 2 (full) baths, 3241 ft²
List Price: $539,000
A rare opportunity to live in one of Baltimore’s truly unique homes… a 124 year old church in the Evergreen neighborhood of Roland Park. Decommissioned in the sixties then home and studio for a prominent local sculptor, this craftsman style gem has been lovingly cared for over the last five years with major repair, recovery and restoration to the structure and major systems as well as the original details. All of the heavy lifting has been done.
New developers selected for Baltimore’s Clipper Mill community aim to add 48 townhouses and about 99 apartments over the next several years, according to preliminary plans that will be presented to the community this week.