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When originally constructed in 1923, the B & O railroad grain elevator was the largest and fastest in the world. The grain terminal was the pulse of the world's agricultural market in the new age of industrialism. Every year, ten miles of conveyor belts carried 3.8 million bushels of grain from the rail cars to transatlantic cargo ships all over the world. Today, one of America's most award-winning projects 24-story tower, soars above the Baltimore Harbor, allowing 360(degree) views of the city skyline.
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Seduce your senses at Privé salon+spa at Silo Point. Our skilled team of hair stylists, manicurist and massage therapists will treat you to the ultimate urban retreat of wellness and relaxation.
Approximately 50 acres of waterfront, the 3200 feet of waterfront property is located on the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River in the neighborhood of Westport. This property is the last large parcel of developable waterfront property remaining in Baltimore City. The 50 acre mixed-use development will be an urban destination that blends natural surroundings with a mix of retail, restaurants, nightlife, and a live-work culture.
Recognizing a growing market for high-end residences in the thriving urban neighborhood, Turner purchased the property in 2003 for restoration and conversion into 67 luxury condominium units with a lobby, lounge/media center, indoor basketball court, fitness center, central courtyard and roof decks. Ample parking is available in the adjacent Wall Street Parking Garage, another Turner project.
The New York-style lofts (2,000-3,200 square feet) in the heart of Federal Hill, boast hardwood floors dating from the building's 1896 opening, plaster walls, skylights and large windows. In a nod to the building's past, the once Southway Duckpin Bowling Center’s maple-wood lanes live on, incorporated into breakfast nook countertops.
The old Holy Cross School was a holdover from a time when even the most general-purpose structures were executed with great care and magnificent details. The 33,000-square-foot building sat empty for 30 years now contains large luxury condominiums (some with 30-foot ceilings). Some of the residences incorporate the school’s ornate auditorium stage for a striking, multi-level layout, elevating a master bedroom and a sitting area above each unit’s living room.
Located in Federal Hill, Henrietta Square is a mix-used development that transformed an entire city block and played a vital role in revitalizing one of Baltimore's oldest neighborhoods. Today, Henrietta Square is an enviable address in the heart of a thriving downtown.
A 1917 vaudeville theater — featuring a soaring, 35-foot gold-leaf dome which was meticulously preserved to become the centerpiece of the building's spacious lobby. Renaissance revival style cornices, pediments, and columns have been blended with modern fixtures to create an uncommon commercial space. Today the McHenry Theater Office Building now contains high-tech, light-filled office space.
Turner Development Group has been improving the urban landscape for over 25 years. Firmly committed to improving cities, Turner Development specializes in creating original, viable reuses for the buildings and neighborhoods that give every city its unique character.
Through a creative approach to solving architectural and planning issues, the Turner team has transformed some very unique structures into exciting innovative urban havens for residential and commercial use.
The Carlyle Group is one of the world's largest private equity firms. Carlyle combines global vision with local insight, relying on a top-flight team of investment professionals operating out of offices in 21 countries. Carlyle focuses on sectors in which it has demonstrated expertise such as: aerospace & defense, automotive & transportation, consumer & retail, energy & power, infrastructure, real estate, technology & business services and telecommunications & media.
Silo Point’s location inside Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood allows for an easy commute to many other downtown neighborhoods from Federal Hill, all accessible by car or by the water taxi. Definitely a HOT spot.
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