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Attn: Investors – Jon Constable LEED AP of Seawall Development Speaks at W.I.R.E.

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 10, 2014 1:00pm

 

 

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How Johns Hopkins’ Plans to Take Over North-Central Baltimore Are Going

5 Written by: | Tuesday, Dec 10, 2013 9:38am

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We’ve reported before on Johns Hopkins’ $10 million plan to infiltrate – I mean, improve! — the area around its Homewood campus. Well, $2 million has already been spent so far in the program’s first year; here’s where it went:
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House of the Day, Real Estate, Home & Garden, Remington

House of the Day: A Great First Home in Up-and-Coming Remington

0 Written by: | Friday, Sep 20, 2013 4:00pm

$150,000

2803 Remington Ave.

3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths

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Updated four-level townhouse with lots of space, near I-83; Johns Hopkins University, Paper Moon Diner, Starbucks, Barnes & Noble, 7-11 and more. Remington was just named Baltimore’s best neighborhood by the City Paper!

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Can You Picture a Walmart at 25th and Howard?

1 Written by: | Thursday, Aug 22, 2013 7:42am

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For a second there, it looked like Walmart was going to stay out of Remington. Bruce Mortimer, owner of the 11-acre property at 25th and Howard, and WV Urban Development had gotten into a legal dispute, which was enough for Mortimer to go back on the sale and sell the parcel to Seawall Development Corp.

But the lawsuit has been settled, bringing WV Urban Development — and Walmart — back into the picture. Read More →

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Cake Decorating Classes with the Ace of Cakes!

0 Written by: | Friday, Jun 21, 2013 1:00pm

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catch of the day fish (2)If you’ve lived in Baltimore for any length of time, you’ve probably had the Ace of Cakes conversation with at least a handful of out-of-town friends and family. “Do you watch Ace of Cakes? I looooove Ace of Cakes!” “Do you know them?” “Have you ever gotten a cake there?” “Really? It’s right down the block from you?” “Everyone on the show seems so quirky and fun!” Etc, etc, etc. And that’s cool. We dig having a nationally renowned cake bakery in our own backyard. And we’re even more into it now that Duff and company have started offering cake decorating classes where we can pick up some tips and skills, and of course, go home with our very own Charm City Cake. Read More →

Culture, Lifeline, Remington

Fire at Beloved Baltimore Arts Space

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 02, 2013 11:00am

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Open Space, one of Baltimore’s most-treasured arts spaces, was hit with a two-alarm fire last evening. We’re glad to report that, aside from a firefighter who was sent to the hospital with minor injuries, no one was seriously hurt, and the living and music-recording spaces suffered minimal damage. One resident’s pet pot belly pig is also fine. The fire was mostly confined to the auto body shop that shares the building with Open Space; no word yet as to the damage there.

Anyone who wants to help Open Space deal with the fire’s aftermath is welcomed to stop by the building (2720 Sisson Street) today before 5 PM armed with “trash bags, boxes, moving supplies of any kind, transportation, storage, and… helping hands.”

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How Many Baltimoreans Does It Take to Screw in a Project Lightbulb?

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 25, 2013 9:46am

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Was it all a well-lit dream? We called them and they came to our house last week, free of charge: a young man and woman with energetic minds, energy-efficient ideas, and a big, fat supply of compact fluorescent lightbulbs. They sweetly complimented the art on our walls. Then they walked about and worked quietly for 45 minutes, politely surveying our place and tweaking our technology to help us use less water and electricity without missing the lack. The next day, we still had our CFL bulbs in place! So clearly these bright-eyed lightbulb kids were real. Wait, it gets better. Read More →

Catch of the Day, Remington

Pickles, Oilves, and More from In a Pickle

0 Written by: | Monday, Feb 25, 2013 1:23pm

 In a Pickle

catch of the day fish (2)In the last few years, urban gardening has taken hold as the new must-do for anyone who’s living in the city and lucky enough to have a small patch of grass in which they could plant something. We’re growing tomatoes, herbs, and zucchini (so many zucchini), and the more adventurous of our neighbors even keep bees and the occasional chicken. And if you’re lucky (or a skilled gardener, rather) you may just end up with a bumper crop—an abundance of fresh food that really ought to be preserved, so that come winter you can still enjoy the fruits of your spring and summer labor.  One of the oldest preservation methods (and one that almost every culture practices in some form) is pickling. And who’s the local master of this ancient form? Well, when a local pickle company has as actual fan club (and they do), you probably need look no further… Read More →

Catch of the Day, Featured, Remington

Baltimore’s Newest, Hottest Bar

0 Written by: | Friday, Feb 22, 2013 1:30pm

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catch of the day fish (2)Ernest Hemingway, a man who certainly knew a good deal about drinking, once wrote, “Night life is when everybody says what the hell and you do not remember who paid the bill…Night life comes out of a bottle and goes into a jar. If you think how much are the drinks it is not night life.” Well, the guy would probably have taken a  real shine to W.C. Harlan, the new, and super-hot Remington bar that’s turned the neighborhood into a destination for those looking for just such a nightlife. We’ve heard tell of this kind of place—a tiny, hole-in-the-wall spot that oozes atmosphere and well-considered furniture and décor. The drinks are interesting, seasonal, and mixed by an appropriately credentialed mixologist. Sure, we’ve heard of these places, but we never thought we’d have one right in our own backyard. Read More →

Culture, Featured, Real Estate, Home & Garden, Remington

Woodberry Kitchen Team Just Signed a Lease on a Remington Location

6 Written by: | Wednesday, Feb 20, 2013 9:13am

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The controversial development of Remington continues as Amy and Spike Gjerde, the duo behind the unintentionally Al Borland-themed farm-to-table restaurant Woodberry Kitchen, have signed a lease at what used to be a tire shop across from Charmington’sRead More →

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