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Discover Your Perfect Apartment at Metro Crossing

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Metro Crossing Apartments

The hottest trend in apartment living

Metro Crossing Apartments built above retail along Grand Central Avenue in the heart of Owings Mills is a new walkable/bikeable community offering cafes, restaurants, spas, salons and much more. Not only will you be living in a community that puts everything at your doorstep, but also makes commuting to work or play in Baltimore as simple as walking to the Owings Mills Metro station to ride the rails. Sleek one and two bedroom apartments feature open design kitchens with maintenance free quartz countertops, contemporary espresso cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, designer lighting and fixture packages and nine foot ceilings.

Call Us: 888.855.7220

Spectacular Amenities

Uniquely designed contemporary 2 story clubhouse with player piano, multi-media center, catering kitchen, fitness center, yoga room, conference room, billiards and free WIFI. Roof top lounge features soothing infinity pool, fireplace, grill and lounge seating. Grand lobby features mailroom area with smart TV, lounge seating and free WIFI.

 

Looking to Move? Don’t Miss Metro Crossing Apartments Open House Weekend

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Metro Crossing Apartments

The hottest trend in apartment living

Metro Crossing Apartments built above retail along Grand Central Avenue in the heart of Owings Mills is a new walkable/bikeable community offering cafes, restaurants, spas, salons and much more. Not only will you be living in a community that puts everything at your doorstep, but also makes commuting to work or play in Baltimore as simple as walking to the Owings Mills Metro station to ride the rails. Sleek one and two bedroom apartments feature open design kitchens with maintenance free quartz countertops, contemporary espresso cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, designer lighting and fixture packages and nine foot ceilings.  Click here to contact us today!

Cool Rents: Owings Mills Development Creates City Living in the County

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Who says the suburbs have to be boring?

Before Saks Fifth Avenue closed in 1996 (yes, newcomers, we once had a Saks!), Owings Mills was filled with high-end shopping, movie theaters and restaurants that attracted a crowd.

Owings Mills is about to have a comeback.

Realtor Brunch This Thursday, Touring Lofts and Apartments in Patterson Park

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Please join the hosts on Thursday, March 20th, for a Realtor Brunch at 101 Ellwood Lofts and Apartments. Come check out this apartment community and learn about the Realtor Referral Program. Refreshments and tours of this beautiful community will be provided Come check for yourself why 101 Ellwood has quickly became one of downtown Baltimore’s hottest new address.

Please RSVP to [email protected] by Wednesday, March 19th.

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Special Invitation for Realtors From 101 Ellwood

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Greetings!

Please join us, Wednesday, November 13th, for a Realtor Open House. Don’t miss the opportunity to tour this unique community and to find out all the details about 101 Ellwood. Fresh coffee, tea and donuts will be served.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Regards,
101 Ellwood Management Team
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From High School to High-End: 101 Ellwood Gives New Meaning to ‘Back to School’

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For Residents of 101 Ellwood Modern Apartments & Lofts in Canton, “back to school” can’t come quick enough! On November 1st, the first residents of 101 Ellwood will move into their new luxury apartment and loft homes in what was formerly Patterson Park High School. The building has been reborn into a community of 140 luxury homes steps away from 138-acre Patterson Park and walking distance to Canton Square.

If the location was not incentive enough, the community boasts a list of amenities that are as unique as the building itself including: a zen courtyard, rooftop deck, fitness center with yoga room, and dog washing station. Many would argue the most attractive amenity is the attached parking garage with 146 spaces.

Original details were retained from the building’s history. There are hand-painted murals from the school’s library, classic wall-sized chalkboards, and solid oak book cases accenting various apartment homes. In contrast to, but surprisingly in harmony with, the historical elements, upgraded finishes were chosen to please today’s discerning lifestyle renter including: wall-size windows, high ceilings, hardwood floors, ceramic tile, granite counters, solid wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and full-size washers/dryers in every apartment and loft home.

With a prime location and spectacular amenities you might expect lofty rents, but instead they are a surprising value. Rents begin at $1,200 for a 600-square-foot studio unit and go up to $2,300 for a 1,450-square-foot twobedroom, two-story unit with a loft, a den and two bathrooms. Shaffin Jetha, principal for the developer, Focus Development LLC, said, “I think we’re the right product for the marketplace. There is nothing in our price point that is anywhere close to our quality.”

If the property’s pre-leasing activity is any indication of its future popularity, 101 Ellwood is likely to be downtown Baltimore’s hottest new address. The leasing pace has been brisk and interest in this unique community remains high. For more information about 101 Ellwood Modern Apartments & Lofts, visit the property’s website at www.101ellwood.com or contact the leasing office at 410.276.9090.

 

Realtor Brunch Wednesday at 101 Ellwood

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Please join the Leasing Staff at 101 Ellwood for a Realtor Open House this Wednesday, October 30th, at 10 AM.

Fresh coffee, tea and donuts will be served. Friendly atmosphere, networking and tours of the building will be available.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
101 Ellwood Lofts and Apartments
101 S. Ellwood Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224
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Cool Rents: Chesapeake Commons

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Perhaps you’ve heard? Renting is the new buying. Welcome to Cool Rents where we walk you through standout rentals in the Baltimore real estate market.

Name: Chesapeake Commons

Cross Streets: North Eutaw and George Streets

Neighborhood: Sometimes Market Center, sometimes Seton Hill, sometimes Mount Vernon (mostly Seton Hill but v. close to Mt. Vernon)

Year Built: 1899 and repurposed as apartments in the early ’80s

Price: With dozens of individual floor plans, there is quite a range, but to give some idea; a one bedroom (888 sq. ft.) is $1350 and a two bedroom (1,486 sq. ft.) is $1,895

Just the facts: Pet-friendly, but a charge of $15 to $45 a month depending on the pet’s size, washer and dryer in all units, free hi-speed internet, a gated and reserved parking space runs $90 a month.

Luxury Apartments in Downtown Baltimore Lack Basic Amenities

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If you were paying $2,300 a month for a two-bedroom luxury apartment — well, first off, don’t! Jeez! Okay, but anyway, let’s say for some reason you thought it made any sense at all to waste your money like that — you’d probably expect to have running water and maybe even air conditioning.

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