Station North Arts District (Baltimore, MD)
By June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time
(Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage)
City Living Starts Here Station NorthNovember 14, 2015City Living Starts Here is an opportunity for a $5000 incentive to assist with the purchase of a home anywhere in the city of Baltimore.  To qualify for this grant, you must participate in the City Living Starts Here Tour and have completed a Home Buyer Education class with a certified counseling agency prior to the contract being accepted.  Live Baltimore hosts 4 of these events each year and there are 10 incentives available at each event. The November 14, 2015 event will be in Station North at The Pen & Quill located at 1707 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21202.  The doors open at 11 am and it ends at 1pm.  Event Schedule11-11:30 am - Registration and Check in11 am - 1 pm - City Living Fair - Q & A with Real Estate Agents, Lenders ...
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By Rachel Rabinowitz, The Baltimore Realtor
(Guerilla Realty)
Baltimore real estate for creative professionals is a topic near and dear to me, for when I am not selling real estate I spend my time in the art world. This means my network is filled with artists, curators, critics, gallerists, collectors, professors, film makers, architects, and designers. Creative professionals make excellent homeowners. Beyond the old standard of artists gentrifying a neighborhood, creative professionals of my generation are in search of live / work spaces. This new urbanism is directly tied to our post-recession economy and the connectivity of an online world.       Jack Pierson "Paradise Lights" 1996, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami   The process of acquiring Baltimore City real estate can be daunting. We have three designated arts and entertainment distri...
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By Marjorie Goodman, Baltimore City Living Expert
I have a great listing for a rarely available 3-unit building  beautifully designed by Standford White in 1884.  It straddles Old Goucher and the trendy, artsy Station North Arts District at 2221 Saint Paul Street, 21218. Offered at $399,900, it is a great owner-occupied opportunity to live in a 2-level first floor apartment and collect $2100 rent from the other 2 units!  It is in a prime location, just footsteps to Penn Station (Amtrak and Marc commuter train to Washington, DC), Johns Hopkins University, University of Baltimore, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)! It is a grand building with great historic detail-original hardwood floors with beautiful inlays, original fireplace mantels, etc.  Each unit has washer and dryer and separate utitilities.  On-site parking conveys.   
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By Rachel Rabinowitz, The Baltimore Realtor
(Guerilla Realty)
C & H Restoration in Baltimore's Station North Arts District is a company that draws their workforce from the artist community in Baltimore, a community "with which they are deeply involved".  Owned and operated by artists Nicholas Cairns and Timothy Horjus, C & H Restoration & Renovation LLC is a go-to firm in Baltimore for restoration and updating historic homes and commercial properties. This week they hosted an outside-the-box (pun intended) pop-up gallery exhibit at a new space affectionately called "The Chicken Box" on the corner of Charles St and North Ave in Baltimore. The show was an opportunity for many of the artists on the C & H roster to exhibit their own work in a space the team has recently renovated. As you'll be able to see from the photos, not long ago this place was a...
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