Heavy Seas Beer’s taproom is getting a makeover, with the Halethorpe-based brewery planning to expand and modernize the space by next summer.
Hot House: 3624 Malden Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211
Brick townhouse, circa 1920, with black mansard roof, all new and completely renovated in 2017. Four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms over three stories and 2,145 sq. ft. End-of-group, southern exposure, high ceilings, long windows, hardwood floors, open-plan main level. Kitchen with granite island/breakfast bar, gas fireplace. Large mudroom off kitchen with closet and half-bath. Finished lower level with full bath and storage closets. Third-floor master suite with views. Fenced rear yard, parking for two cars: $417,000
We’re proud to announce the launch of the first annual The Baltimore Fishbowl Home & Real Estate Guide, edited by our Hot House writer Cynthia McIntyre.
The Maryland College Institute of Art is getting a new campus store that intends to be much more than a shopping destination for books and supplies.
Five vacant buildings along Howard Street would be recycled as “Howard Row,” a mixed-use development containing 39 market-rate apartments and five storefronts at street level, under a plan selected today by the Baltimore Development Corporation.
Potential buyers with extensive experience in historic preservation have emerged for the Presbyterian Home of Maryland property in Towson and its centerpiece building, the Bosley Mansion, which dates from around 1840.
After three months, the Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor has finished $4.5 million worth of renovations, and added a brand new crab cake destination to boot.
Before she became Mayor of Baltimore, Catherine Pugh spent some time in the theater world.
Strapped for cash and facing a sizable amount of debt, Baltimore’s only community nonprofit devoted to the ceramic arts is looking to sell one or both of its historic properties and potentially leave its Mount Washington campus behind.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is preparing to lift the veil from a facet of its operation that most people never see.