COMMERCIAL & RETAIL

Merchant Point

2,600-3,200 sq. ft per unit                  $6,000,000

Merchant Point is situated in the heart of the Fell’s Point , a historic neighborhood in Baltimore. This site not only faced the challenge of addressing different streets, but had multiple historic buildings to be  restored including a historic church and convent, open green spaces to revive, and empty lots to be infilled.  This  new masterplan had to consider  the current parking needs and sustainable design requirements while maintaining the historical context and the neighborhood’s pedestrian friendly culture.

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Patterson Park Lofts

7680 sq. ft                                             $1,500,000

Approved by CHAP commission and National Trust for Historic Preservation

 

Conversion of the vacant traditional church building in the Patterson Park neighborhood into a 7-unit apartment with commercial space on the ground floor

The team includes Urban Scene

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By Degrees

1,800 sq. ft

The cafe was developed as a part of the mixed-use Fallsway Spring development

 

Provides amenity space for the employees at Groove Commerce, an e-commerce company in the same building

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1201 South Charles

33,000 sq. ft                                          $4,500,000

Received variances from BMZA which allowed for maximizing the number of units

 

Features 1,200 sq. ft retail space and 16 loft-style apartments integrated into the historic Federal Hill neighborhood

 

The team includes Glenbrook Properties, Whiting-Turner, and Urban Design Group

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Mercer Lofts

37,500 sq. ft                                          $8,200,000

A ground-up mixed-use building with over 30 residential units and 2 retail spaces located along Bladensburg Road NE, a primary gateway to Washington D.C.

Team: Brick Lane, ReVite Construction Management

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SIP

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5,500 sq. ft                                          $1,200,000

Developed a space that was previously vacant into a vibrant restaurant as part of the Ritz Carlton

 

Provided one of the last critical services promised by the developer

 

The team includes AKM construction and Urban Design Group

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Diablita Restaurant is located in the Holland MFG Company Buildings situated on the edge of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor East neighborhood

 

The design called for complete rehabilitation of the existing space to be converted into a new restaurant

 

The layout for the restaurant divides the space into a bar, public dining and private dining areas

Diablitas

Marie Louis Bistro

5,000 sq. ft

Developed a space that was previously vacant into a vibrant restaurant as part of the Ritz Carlton

 

Provided one of the last critical services promised by the developer

 

The team includes AKM construction and Urban Design Group

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