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Construction of Bell Foundry Apartments starting this summer

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A rendering of the Bell Foundry Apartments.

Construction is expected to start this summer on the Bell Foundry Apartments, located at the site of a former DIY artists’ space in the Greenmount West community.

Developer Yonah Zahler, CEO of Zahlco Development, said this week that he has applied for construction permits and aims to begin work within the next two months on an $8 million to $9 million development that will bring 50 market-rate apartments and upgraded arts space to the 1500 block of N. Calvert Street.

Celebrate the new True Vine this weekend at True Vine Fest

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Work going on outside the new True Vine Record Shop location in Station North. Image via True Vine’s Instagram.

Standing outside his N. Charles Street storefront, Jason Willett says he is satisfied with the relocation of the True Vine Record Shop.

“I’m happier to be here, I think it’s a really good change.”

Following the public dispute over Golden West’s plans to combine spaces with the old True Vine location on Hickory Avenue, Willett has found a new home in Station North, and he said he’s already exploring collaborations with two of his new neighbors, The Parkway Theatre and Montego Bar & Grille.

52 apartments planned to replace the modernist KAGRO building on North Avenue

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Photo by Ed Gunts.

A Pennsylvania developer is proposing to construct a five-story, 52-unit apartment building at 101-105 W. North Ave., next to the Lazarus Center of the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Amtrak reaches deal with developers to invest $90 million into Penn Station

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Photo by jpellgen, via Flickr

The long-awaited overhaul of Penn Station is one step closer, with Amtrak announcing today that it’s signed a master development agreement with developer team Penn Station Partners.

The Asia North Festival’s underground night market in photos

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The group Charm City Night Market, along with Motor House, hosted a three-day celebration of Asian and Asian-American culture this weekend at Motor House on North Avenue. Organized by Central Baltimore Partnership, Towson University Asian Arts and Culture Center, Motor House, Charm City Night Market and Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective, Saturday night culminated with an “underground” night market in Graffiti Alley with Asian cuisine, drinks and music from DJ Shawn Smallwood.

Baltimore Eagle sets April 19 for reopening

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Photo by Ed Gunts

After months of dormancy, The Baltimore Eagle leather bar will reopen under new management on April 19.

Asia North Festival will celebrate Charles North’s Korean heritage with night market, shows and lots of food

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The sun setting on the night market. Photo by Corey Jennings.

In a nod to the history of Baltimore’s Korean community along Maryland Avenue and W. 22nd and Howard streets, Motor House and the surrounding blocks will soon transform for three days into a festival of art, food, vendors and shows celebrating Asian traditions.

A second Wheelhouse apartment project in the works, this time for Station North

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A rendering of the Wheelhouse development. Credit: 2001 Charles LLC.

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.

True Vine is relocating to Station North

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Photo by Brandon Weigel.

True Vine Record Shop is moving to a N. Charles Street space in Station North following the last day of business at its Hampden location.

New operators aim to reopen the Baltimore Eagle in two weeks, after receiving a liquor license

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Photo by Ed Gunts

The Baltimore Eagle nightspot, shuttered since July, is expected to reopen within two weeks to a month under new operators.

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