A new development is coming to Charles Village that’s hoping to offer something for students and residents, alike. The building at 3200 St. Paul St. will be anchored by a 10,5000-ft. CVS, the developers said Thursday before donning shovels to throw the first dirt. Read More →
So how’s that New Year’s resolution to eat healthier and prioritize wellness going so far? We’re just over a week in, so no need to despair if you’re teetering off the edge of the wagon. You can still (re)commit to health this year, and no one is making it easier than the folks at Grind House Juice Bar. Located in the heart of Charles Village, the new-ish mecca for healthy, delicious and “100% guilt-free” food and drink makes nutrition taste great. One could even say, addictive.
When the temperature starts dropping, you have two choices: Stay inside, crank up the heat, and huddle under the covers… or venture outside in search of one of Baltimore’s many restaurants and bars with cozy fireplaces. Here are a few of our favorite places to warm up around town: Read More →
In case you have’t noticed, there have been a lot of changes happening around North Charles Street, near the Hopkins campus.
The block-size lot southwest of St. Paul and 33rd Streets in Charles Village has sat vacant for years after a planned development went belly-up during the 2008-2009 financial crisis. With the economy creaking back to life, though, it’s looking like that empty space will soon be filled by a mixed-use development project including retail space, apartments, restaurants, and parking, and which may be under construction as soon as this spring.
Federal style row house in painted brick, circa 1900, attached, end-of-group,with rear porch and multiple balconies. Completely renovated, with recent replacement roof. Four bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1,600 sq. ft. over three stories. New kitchen with granite counters, Jenn Air and GE appliances, extensive storage. Large bedrooms and closets, many original architectural features. Unfinished basement. Rear parking pad, zoned heat and central air: $343,000 (ask about CHAP tax credit) Read More →
It feels like just yesterday that we were warning you, dear readers, about the “the ultimately-good-but-really-stressful-for-the-next-few-years reconstruction of Charles Street” — but in reality, it’s taken two years to complete the construction project aimed at making the area around Johns Hopkins more pedestrian friendly. The reconstruction involved shutting down both north- and south-bound lanes of Charles Street, a major thoroughfare, for months. But drivers take note: That’s about to change, sooner than you might expect.
After years of publicity, fundraising, and galvanizing community support, Ping Pong Baltimore has accomplished one of its longtime goals: Installing a permanent ping pong table in Wyman Park Dell.
The idea arose out of community building workshops dating back to 2011, which happened to be attended by representatives from Friends of Wyman Park Dell, landscape architecture/urban design firm Mahan Rykiel Associates, and Ping Pong Baltimore: Why not put a ping pong table in the park? Fast forward three years, one successful online fundraising campaign, several grants, and lots of city paperwork later, and there’s now a ping pong table installed on a concrete pad near the corner of 29th and Charles Streets.
Art Walk in Old Goucher
June 13th , 20th, and 27th
2100 and 2200 blocks of North Charles St
I walk through the Old Goucher neighborhood almost daily. I always run into interesting people, architecture, and some funny business signs. Its hard to believe that until the 1870s, the neighborhood was mostly rural, occupied by farms and large country homes. The end of the Civil War seems to have marked the beginning of development in this neighborhood. Through the years, once occupied by Baltimore Women’s College (later Goucher College), then steadily transforming into a district known for printing and advertising, the neighborhood grew a little dodgy, and appropriated a notoriously funky smell. But whether you realize or not, quite a few new residencies are popping up inside these late Victorian brownstones. Read More →
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