1208 St Paul St Apt B, Baltimore, MD 21202 1208 St Paul St Apt B, Baltimore, MD 21202 Overview Characterful, Historic, Newly Renovated, Large 2 bed 3 bath apt in Secure Mt Vernon Townhouse AVAILABLE JULY 1st 2018. Elegant and large two-bedroom 1,600 Sq ft. apartment, 12 ft. ceilings, hardwood floors and recessed lighting. The Chef kitchen has high-end appliances, new cabinets, granite counter tops. Two full Carrera marble bathrooms
Three people were wounded in two separate shootings in Baltimore early Saturday morning, police said. At about 1 a.m., police were called to the 3000 block of Hollins Ferry Road in southwest Baltimore’s Lakeland neighborhood, where they found a man with a gunshot wound in his leg. The man was taken to a hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Find shootings near you Then at 2:34 a.m., police went
As the supply of apartments continues to increase throughout Baltimore and cities across the U.S., shifts in rent prices indicate demand may be slipping. Rents have decreased each month since the beginning of 2018, according to data compiled by apartment listing website Abodo. In Baltimore, median one-bedroom rents are down to about $1,070 this month, a 0.2 percent drop from the previous month. Median rent for a one-bedroom unit in
2819 Eastshire Dr, Baltimore, MD 21230 2819 Eastshire Dr, Baltimore, MD 21230 2819 Eastshire Dr, Baltimore, MD 21230 is a condo/townhome/row home/co-op for sale, and has been listed on the market for 1 day. 2819 Eastshire Dr is in the Lakeland neighborhood, which has a median listing price of $32,000. The median listing price for Lakeland is 67% less than Baltimore at $194,900, and 79% less than MD at $299,999.
Two 1804s-era stone buildings in Woodberry are slated to be demolished to make way for a small apartment complex. (Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun video) Woodberry residents are raising concerns about a developer’s plan to demolish a pair of 1840s-era stone buildings in the neighborhood to make way for an apartment complex. Developer Chris Mfume said the buildings at 3511 and 3523 Clipper Road would be replaced by a four-story
Ernst Vallery (submitted photo) Bricklayers Local 1 MD, VA & DC is partnering with SAA|EVI Development in the redevelopment of a former bathhouse and fire station in Baltimore’s Pigtown neighborhood. The Bricklayers local joins SAA|EVI as equity investors in the $2 million project. The Reinvestment Fund is contributing debt toward transforming the former fire station and Walter’s Bathhouse No. 2. Plans for the project, being called Bathhouse Square, call for
Baltimore citizens may recall the salacious circumstances of the underlying action giving rise to Hussy v. Hous. Auth. of Baltimore City, 2018 WL 1947049, *8-9 (D. Md. Apr. 24, 2018), under which Mr. Hussy, among other maintenance workers at the city’s Gilmor Homes property, was indicted for soliciting sexual favors from tenants in exchange for repairs. Mr. Hussy, in addition to the criminal charges against him, was also sued civilly.
1011 Winsford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21204 1011 Winsford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21204 Year Taxes Land Additions Total Assessment 2018 $2,932 Price Not Available + N/A = Price Not Available 2017 $2,845 Price Not Available + N/A = $197,433 2016 $2,955 $80,000 + $112,700 = $192,700 The price and tax history data displayed is obtained from public records and/or MLS feeds from the local jurisdiction. Contact your REALTOR® directly in order
BALTIMORE, MD — Free Comic Book Day is Saturday, and several stores in north Baltimore are participating in the event. Lost in all the record-breaking box-office talk about "Black Panther" and "Avengers: Infinity War" has been the popular comic book bonanza, which historically has been tied — albeit unofficially — to the superpowered summer spectaculars. Publishers print special issues to be given away at participating comic book stores, libraries and
BALTIMORE, MD — It’s official. No more Styrofoam cups or food containers coming from food service businesses in Baltimore without penalty of law. It’s one of the bills signed by Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh Thursday afternoon. Source Article