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Seawall unveils initial designs for revamped Lexington Market

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Image courtesy of Seawall Development.

Featuring a central hip and pent hip roof spanning the length of the pavilion, the new Lexington Market would look a lot like the old sheds that served as the market’s home until a fire destroyed the structure in 1949. Only, it would be newer and sleeker, with slatted metal siding and factory-style windows.

Seawall Development, the firm tasked with designing the next iteration of the 237-year-old market, presented these plans, drawn up by BCT Architects, to the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Advisory Panel today.

Seawall Development to take over stalled overhaul of Lexington Market

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Photo by jpellgen (@1179_jp), via Flickr

The city has scrapped an old plan to redevelop the 236-year-old Lexington Market in favor of a new arrangement with building rehab specialists Seawall Development, which officials say would retain the market’s main building while saving as much $20 million in constructions costs.

Lexington Market shut down after viral video shows rat in bakery case

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Photo via Lexington Market/Facebook

Management at Lexington Market announced it is closing the market for the day after video surfaced showing a rat crawling over baked goods in a glass case.

Hot Plate: Mother’s Day Around Town, Crabs at Wit & Wisdom, Openings in Hampden

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Wit & Wisdom will offer crab feasts on the patio this summer.

With Mother’s Day this weekend, Preakness coming up next week and warmer days ahead, there’s a general feeling of Spring Fever excitement in the air around Baltimore, particularly in the city’s restaurants. Here’s a look at what the food world has in store for us this week:

City Seeks Proposals for Lexington Market and the Avenue Market

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Photo via Lexington Market/Facebook

The City of Baltimore is seeking assistance from developers to rejuvenate two public properties: Lexington Market and the Avenue Market.

Owner Considers Mount Vernon Nightspot Sale, Former Sons of Italy Lodge Eyed for Demolition; Progress on Roland Park Water Tower and More

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Grand Central
Grand Central

One year after the Hippo nightclub closed due to the owner’s retirement, the fate of another gay-friendly Mount Vernon nightspot is up in the air.

City Officials Want to Tear Down Lexington Market and Build Another

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Light Up Lexington
Light Up Lexington

Baltimore officials have been exploring options to redevelop the city’s public markets. On Friday, they floated a plan to start over entirely at the largest market.

Berger’s Bakery in Lexington Market Reopens After Two Days

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Courtesy Berger's Bakery/Lexington Market
Courtesy Berger’s Bakery/Lexington Market

That was quick. The decades-old Berger’s Bakery in Lexington Market reopened on Wednesday following an inspection, just two days after the Baltimore City Health Department ordered its closure.

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