Open House Aug 14th in Silo Point – Upscale Waterfront Living

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Sunday, August 14  12-2 pm

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Featured Listing:  Silo Point | 1200 Steuart St #729 Baltimore, MD 21230

Purchase Price: $385,000

1 Bedroom, 1.5 Bathrooms

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Notes from the agent:
 
Spectacular 1 BR 1.5 BA condo with breathtaking city & water views from the seventh floor. This expansive residence features floor-to-ceiling windows, 9-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchen with built-in wine storage, designer closets, custom built-in desk, hardwood flooring, Lutron blinds & large balcony. Live in a full-service building with 24-hour attendant,19th Floor Sky Lounge, Fitness Center. Two deeded parking spots in building.
 
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Silo Point – Built in 1923 – Once the site of the Archer Daniels Midland grain elevator, these are Baltimore`s most unique upscale waterfront residences. Silo Point’s location inside Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood allows for an easy commute to many other downtown neighborhoods from Federal Hill, all accessible by car or by the water taxi. The sky’s the limit at the award-winning Silo Point, with spectacular panoramic views for miles, overlooking downtown Baltimore and the harbor. Their slogan of ‘Inside the City, Outside the Ordinary’ truly encapsulates this 24-story architectural gem, with its meticulous green design and juxtaposition of rough industrial concrete and steel to stylish features such as floor-to-ceiling windows. Silo Point now houses 228 residential units, 17,000 square feet of retail/commercial space, and a 500-car parking garage. The F/X fitness and wellness center is located in the lower level of the “Tower” building. What makes the facility so unique is its catacomb-like space interspersed with massive structural concrete columns. The original columns posed a challenge in the initial design phases, but they are used to great ad- vantage in the final product. The massive columns actually create and define the space, with the fitness fa- cility constructed around them.

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Contact:  Holly Winfield 443.927.6443 
Monument Sotheby’s International Realty 
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