Jun 06 2007

Baltimore from Our Rooftop Deck

Everywhere you look in Baltimore development is in progress.? The view from our rooftop deck in Locust Point is no different.? There is new construction literally in every direction.

These two shots show the new Ruppert homes in Locust Point under construction.? The development is slated for close to 80 homes.? Silo Point is under construction in the background.

A shot of the Ruppert homes being built in Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood.? ? A shot of the Ruppert homes being built in Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood.

This first? photo shows the Silo Point project well under way.? After years of negotiating, stalling, planning, environmental remediation, and demolition -? progress is finally visible from a distance.? The 2nd photo shows a pretty common sight around Baltimore these days – the addition of a third story on Woodall street.?

Locust Point - Silo Point under condos construction.  This photo conveys what a massive structure this was, is, and will be.? ? A common sight around Baltimore these days - a third story addition on Woodall Street in Locust Point.

This photo shows one of the last remains of the Chesapeake Paperboard Company in Locust Point.? Construction will soon begin on the “Shoppes at Fort” – a huge mixed use development to include high-end apartments, office, and retail.

Baltimore - Locust Point - The site of the former Chesapeake Paperboard Company.  Development will soon start on the Shoppes at Fort - a large mixed used project.

These two photos look across the the harbor towards Fells Point and Harbor East.? The large piece of undeveloped land along the waterfront is the former Allied Chemical property.? Development has not been allowed on this land for close to 30 years because the ground was(is) so polluted.? However, this will soon be the site of much more development – the 27 mixed use Harbor Point.

Baltimore’s Harbor East and the Inner Harbor’s remaining piece of undeveloped waterfront.? ? Baltimore’s Harbor East and the Inner Harbor’s remaining piece of undeveloped waterfront.

In a month or so I will post again to show the progress at these various sites.

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