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.
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From Press Release:
For Residents of 101 Ellwood Modern Apartments & Lofts in Canton, “back to school” can’t come quick enough! On November 1st, the first residents of 101 Ellwood will move into their new luxury apartment and loft homes in what was formerly Patterson Park High School. The building has been reborn into a community of 140 luxury homes steps away from 138-acre Patterson Park and walking distance to Canton Square.
If the location was not incentive enough, the community boasts a list of amenities that are as unique as the building itself including: a zen courtyard, rooftop deck, fitness center with yoga room, and dog washing station. Many would argue the most attractive amenity is the attached parking garage with 146 spaces.
Original details were retained from the building’s history. There are hand-painted murals from the school’s library, classic wall-sized chalkboards, and solid oak book cases accenting various apartment homes. In contrast to, but surprisingly in harmony with, the historical elements, upgraded finishes were chosen to please today’s discerning lifestyle renter including: wall-size windows, high ceilings, hardwood floors, ceramic tile, granite counters, solid wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and full-size washers/dryers in every apartment and loft home.
With a prime location and spectacular amenities you might expect lofty rents, but instead they are a surprising value. Rents begin at $1,200 for a 600-square-foot studio unit and go up to $2,300 for a 1,450-square-foot twobedroom, two-story unit with a loft, a den and two bathrooms. Shaffin Jetha, principal for the developer, Focus Development LLC, said, “I think we’re the right product for the marketplace. There is nothing in our price point that is anywhere close to our quality.”
If the property’s pre-leasing activity is any indication of its future popularity, 101 Ellwood is likely to be downtown Baltimore’s hottest new address. The leasing pace has been brisk and interest in this unique community remains high. For more information about 101 Ellwood Modern Apartments & Lofts, visit the property’s website at www.101ellwood.com or contact the leasing office at 410.276.9090.
Please join the Leasing Staff at 101 Ellwood for a Realtor Open House this Wednesday, October 30th, at 10 AM.
Here in Baltimore, we love a good, local tradition. And the Great Halloween Lantern Parade has become one of the best and most loved ones to be created in recent memory. The lantern parade began as a humble event—maybe 100 or so people in 1999. Molly Ross (founder of Nana Projects) was a puppeteer and artist freshly transplanted from Chicago when she initiated the first ever Baltimore Great Halloween Lantern Parade. At the time, there was no way she could have imagined the institution it would become—or the size that it would balloon to. These days, the parade has grown to attract thousands of people—and encompasses so much more than just a parade—but it’s still good for a crisp night outdoors, a rich feeling of community spirit, and a veritable pageant of costumes and creativity on display. Read More →
When Santoni’s, the 83-year-old independent grocery store in Highlandtown, announced it was closing a few days ago, chief financial officer Robert N. Santoni Jr. named the city’s five-cent bottle tax as the “sole” reason.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake quickly shot back with a refutation, saying the business’s struggles are due to “the depths of the nation’s recession,” not the beverage tax, which was “critical to helping Baltimore close a massive budget deficit without cuts to city services.”
At least for an outsider, it’s hard to believe that a puny-sounding tax on beverages could really single-handedly bring down a long-running business providing such an essential, leaving its 80 employees suddenly out of work. But to industry insiders the argument doesn’t sound that ridiculous. Read More →
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