Our most-read piece this week was Cynthia McIntyre’s newest Hot House installment about an on-the-market, modern renovation of an old Canton row home that’s been conjoined inside with a neighboring warehouse. The result of the renovation is a pristine two-story, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home with a roof deck and a rare (for the neighborhood) two-car garage.
The project comes from the innovative minds of local developer Building Character, which specializes in contemporary-style transformations. The home sits on the border of Fells Point and Canton, positioning the lucky buyers who can afford its $849,000 price tag with plenty to enjoy in the surrounding neighborhoods.
Here were our other most popular stories this week:
Ethan McLeod – “Watch: Two Buildings Demolished in South Baltimore” – Monday, May 22
Ed Gunts – “After 50 Years in Business, Interior Designer Rita St. Clair is ‘Downsizing’ and Auctioning Off Pieces of Her Collection” – Wednesday, May 24
Ed Gunts – “Baltimore Clayworks Rejects Sale-Leaseback Offer for its Gallery Building” – Friday, May 19
Ethan McLeod – “Woman Carjacked at Gunpoint in Remington Sunday Morning” – Monday, May 22
Ed Gunts – “Jared Kushner Tied to Real Estate Firm Accused of Litigating Aggressively Against Poor Baltimore-Area Tenants” – Tuesday, May 23
Ed Gunts – “Urban Landscape: Kevin Spacey Identified as Buyer of $5.65 Million Inner Harbor Pier Home; Demolition in Mount Vernon; Baltimore Clayworks Agrees to ‘Dialogue’ with Opponents” – Monday, May 15
Ed Gunts – “Warrington Penthouse Sells for More than $700,000” – Friday, May 19
Ethan McLeod – “Panera Bread in Inner Harbor Closing on June 30” – Wednesday, May 24
Stephen Babcock – “Red Sox Co-opt Maryland Flag for T-Shirts, and Plan to Wear Them in Baltimore” – Thursday, May 25
Latest posts by Ethan McLeod (see all)
- Friday Afternoon Headlines: O’s new GM hire now official; Man who yelled ‘Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!’ says he’s sorry; and more - November 16, 2018
- Baltimore’s next police commissioner: Joel Fitzgerald, out of Fort Worth, Texas - November 16, 2018
- Friday Morning Headlines: Jury acquits man accused of murdering Baltimore Tattoo Museum employee; Students push Hopkins, UMD to sever relationships with ICE; and more - November 16, 2018