People living in certain Baltimore neighborhoods–say, Canton, Locust Point, or Woodberry–might have noticed their rents going up a lot. A whole lot. Like a more than 100 percent increase since 2000.
In season one of House of Cards, Zoe Barnes lived in a scuzzy apartment in a bad part of town. Now that apartment could be yours!
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Last week, in Owings Mills they cut the ribbon to celebrate the completion of a new road that connects Metro Centre at Owings Mills to Owings Mills Mall, the Owings Mills Town Center and the larger northwest Baltimore County community. Sure, it’s just one road, but this simple connection will bridge all of our favorite Owings Mills destinations, while doing away with so much congestion that can be frustrating to deal with when you’re out for a fun day of shopping, or on your way to a movie. Of course, it also makes the new residential side of Metro Centre all the more appealing too– not that it really needed it. The folks in charge of development have been working long and hard on what they call, “creating a sense of place” in Owings Mills. And that is exactly what they’ve done.
There’s just something about a great view. Whether it’s the city skyline or the sun shimmering over the harbor, it feels good to start and close the day gazing at something gorgeous. At 2 East Wells, a newly constructed apartment building in South Baltimore, near Federal Hill, residents never have to go far to find the picturesque. From the multiple rooftop decks to the apartments themselves, the building offers some of the best views the city has to offer.
Metro Crossing Apartments, the residential component of Metro Centre at Owings Mills, has scheduled an Open House Weekend Event beginning Thursday, November 20 and continuing through Sunday, November 23. Prize and gift giveaways will be awarded, with no purchase necessary, including a 40” flat screen television set and an Amazon Kindle. Light refreshments will be served on Thursday from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
The Metro Crossing Apartments Leasing Center is located on 10209 Grand Central Avenue in Owings Mills, across from the Baltimore County Public Library and the Community College of Baltimore County. For more information, call 410-363-3309 or visit www.MetroCrossingApts.com.
The residential floor plans range in size from 700 to 1,245 square feet of space and feature one and two bedroom designs, an open, spacious kitchen with granite islands, stainless-steel appliances, designer lighting and fixture packages and nine-foot ceilings. The first phase of the residential section contains 232 apartment homes, with 1,700 units planned at final completion.
Metro Crossing community amenities include a two-story clubroom with lounge seating, multi-media center, fitness facility, yoga room, billiards and catering kitchen; a covered parking garage; roof-top pool with barbeques, a fireplace and lounge seating; bicycle racks; elevators and controlled access to the residential units. All amenities are complete.
Metro Centre at Owings Mills is designed to support more than 1.2 million square feet of Class “A” office space; 200,000 square feet of complementary retail space; 1700 residential units; educational facilities totaling 120,000 square feet and a hotel component. Approximately 56,000 square feet of retail space is contained on the ground floor of the residential buildings.
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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!
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.
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101 Ellwood Lofts and Apartments cordially invites you to a Happy Hour to tour this unique community. Please join us for great food and drinks in a friendly atmosphere.
All members and guests are invited, so please bring your coworkers, friends and prospective residents for this event.
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Courtesy Bambeco— Whether it’s your first real place after college, temporary digs after moving to a new city, or you just prefer renting to owning, looking at the plain white walls and expanse of blah design that dominates most rental apartments can be enough to make anyone feel like they’re living in the drab zone. But you don’t have to sacrifice personal style just because you signed a lease, not a mortgage. Rentals can feel like a plain box that you can’t do anything to, but that’s not the case. Of course, check with your landlord or rental company before doing anything, and decide for yourself what level of work you’re willing to undertake when you move out.
List the good and the bad in your space. What do you want to accentuate and what would you like to minimize? Visualize how you really want the space to look and note the things you need to make that work. Write it all down and keep looking at the list as you consider everything else.
In the Netflix series House of Cards, we’re meant to believe that Zoe lives in a run-down apartment in a bad part of town. Now that very apartment can be yours! Of course, the building in question is actually in a perfectly lovely part of Mt. Vernon (6 E. Preston St., to be precise), and the actual filming didn’t take place inside the apartment’s interior. Still, if you feel like paying $650 a month for a one-bedroom that’s been (and presumably will continue to be) on television, now’s your chance.