With its many corner storefronts and development, Canton restaurants can be tough to keep up with. Let’s take a look at 5 new arrivals: Read More →
2341 Boston Street, Canton
$1,225,000 Read More →
While Boston city officials were getting their ire up over the Canton-developed parking app Haystack — they eventually banned its use — their Baltimore counterparts opted for a wait-and-see approach. City Councilman James B. Kraft explained it like this: “[W]e think it’s going to die an actual death, so at this point we’re letting it go. If it becomes more of a problem we’ll deal with it.” Read More →
2725 Foster Avenue, Canton
3 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
From the agent’s listing: Fantastic 3BR/3.5 BA EOG Canton townhouse home! 4 car parking (2 gar + 2 pad), LL bdrm w/full bath, 20 ft. wide main lvl, hrdwd flrs, large kit & large din rm, brkfst bar, granite c-tops, S/S appls, lrg mstr suite w/walkin-in closet, jacuzzi tub, sep shwr, rooftop deck, new water heater, new paint, close to Canton Square, Patterson Park, waterfront, Johns Hopkins, dwntwn, I-95/I-83, Harbor East/Fells Point.
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There’s a flagpole in Canton that’s not like the other flagpoles. Because sometimes it flies a pirate flag.
Come February, Canton will get a new Mexican dining option, as Bel Air’s La Tolteca will be opening a location at the former Horse With No Name space at 2324 Boston Street.
(By the way, I never went to Horse With No Name, but let me tell you, they had the best mission statement in the business, dedicated to “the creation of Meta-Shared Experiences” that “have perceived value.” You could seriously read the whole website and have no idea it was a bar.) Read More →
Tomorrow – Broker’s Open Tour of Three Homes in Canton and Butchers Hill
This Wednesday, October 15th, from 12-3 pm – Chance Development is hosting a Broker Open of three homes in Canton and Butcher’s Hill. Brokers should begin the tour at the two homes under construction and finish at 246 S. Chester St. for refreshments. Locations include 631 S. Patterson Park Ave. – Canton and 2027 Bank St. – Butcher’s Hill. For more information contact brian@
Developers continue to look east as they search for more harbor-side space to build offices, shops and other stuff that was originally found downtown. The Baltimore Business Journal reports a local firm is proposing to build four office towers in Canton. Don’t worry, fun-lovers. There will be shopping and entertainment, too. Read More →
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