Merchant Point

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

Received CHAP commission approval

 

The design concept draws from the local industrial wharf buildings of historic Fells Point.The use of different materials allows the rows of townhomes to accommodate the scale of the neighborhood while representing different eras in Baltimore’s industrial history
 

Achieved a total of 17 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

Merchant Point

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

Received CHAP commission approval

 

The design concept draws from the local industrial wharf buildings of historic Fells Point.The use of different materials allows the rows of townhomes to accommodate the scale of the neighborhood while representing different eras in Baltimore’s industrial history
 

Achieved a total of 17 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

Merchant Point

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

Received CHAP commission approval

 

The design concept draws from the local industrial wharf buildings of historic Fells Point.The use of different materials allows the rows of townhomes to accommodate the scale of the neighborhood while representing different eras in Baltimore’s industrial history
 

Achieved a total of 17 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

Merchant Point

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

Received CHAP commission approval

 

The design concept draws from the local industrial wharf buildings of historic Fells Point.The use of different materials allows the rows of townhomes to accommodate the scale of the neighborhood while representing different eras in Baltimore’s industrial history
 

Achieved a total of 17 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

Merchant Point

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

Received CHAP commission approval

 

The design concept draws from the local industrial wharf buildings of historic Fells Point.The use of different materials allows the rows of townhomes to accommodate the scale of the neighborhood while representing different eras in Baltimore’s industrial history
 

Achieved a total of 17 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

MIXED-USE & MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING

Howard Row 

65,625 sq. ft                                        $1,250,500

The Howard Row design team worked closely with the project developer, Poverni Sheikh Group,  as well as the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation of Baltimore.

 

The five buildings were converted into mixed-use & multi-family housing while preserving the essence of the 1870’s street’s historic elements. Some of those elements were the design of the original storefronts on the ground floor and the windows on the second and third floors. These original storefronts and windows from the 1870’s were repaired or replaced, with approved and similar wood clad models, within the original brick openings.

 

The team also created unique partnerships and worked closely with the adjacent communities to make this a successful project in the Market Center National Register District. 

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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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The National

77,000 sq. ft                                         $9,700,000

Exploration studies determined that the existing foundation from the National Bohemian brewery vat building could be retained.

 

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

 

Features 60-unit podium apartment building with a mezzanine level to accommodate common and amenities spaces

 

The team includes JFY properties, Manekin Construction, and Urban Design Group

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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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Helicopter Factory

29,500 sq. ft                                        $6,500,000

Industrial-inspired townhouse residences built within and adjacent to an early 20th-century factory owned by the eminent inventor Emile Berliner.

The Team includes Brick Lane, Eichberg Construction

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Merchant Hill

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

Re-zoned from the vacant warehouse to residential

 

The urban planning considered the existing topography of the block and carved into the site to blend into the existing neighborhood

 

Preserved the existing National Brewing overpass while achieving a total of 25 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

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Heath Street Lofts

85,000 sq. ft                                      $10,000,000

The  original four-story brick industrial building was constructed in 1911 and in 1927 a poured concrete wing was added to the east.  The interior consists of open plan spaces with exposed structural systems.  The 1911 brick building has exposed timber posts and beams and the 1927 building has concrete mushroom columns. It was important to the design team to keep these elements intact in the laying out of the residential units. The site had to be rezoned from M-2 to R-10 because the building extends through an industrial zone and residential neighborhood. The residential conversion is important both for revitalizing the declining industrial zone and for maintaining the health of the rowhouse neighborhood. 

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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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Merchant Point

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

Received CHAP commission approval

 

The design concept draws from the local industrial wharf buildings of historic Fells Point.The use of different materials allows the rows of townhomes to accommodate the scale of the neighborhood while representing different eras in Baltimore’s industrial history
 

Achieved a total of 17 units

 

The team includes Union Box Company, Stonington Partners, and Urban Design Group

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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Deckers View

6 townhomes                                      $2,400,000

Amended the site deed restrictions to allow for a fourth story

 

The development considers the whole block, including the refurbishment of a church into a school with an adjacent playground

 

The team includes Baylin Properties, Carnaggio Builders, and Urban Design Group

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Ritz Residence

54,000 sq. ft                                           $1,600,000

Conversion of 5400 sqft space into two, two bedroom condos

 

The team includes UDG, Ritz Midtown development, AKM, and Urban Design Group

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Peabody Walk Apartments

35,000 sq. ft                                          $4,200,000

Set of 14, 3-story townhomes in Charles Village, Baltimore that is reminiscent of the architecture of the neighborhood with modern aesthetics.

Closely working with the Charles Village

Neighborhood Association during the design process

The team includes Urban Scene, Smart Box

Construction

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