A bill now pending before the city council would change residential zoning to eliminate off-street parking space requirements when owners of single-family residences decide to cut them up into two or more apartments.
While the COVID pandemic has been an unprecedented disruptor for much of the area economy, housing sales and values in Bolton Hill have, after an early convulsion, stabilized and are brisk, according to three residents who are realtors.
In a time when many surely miss the opportunity to go to Oriole Park at Camden Yards this summer and watch our Orioles engage in our national pastime, it seems like a good time for the baseball-starved fan to reflect on the rich history of baseball in Baltimore.
The three-part revitalization project called Unity@Park Avenue will bring colorful murals to the bleached walls facing North Avenue, transform a sterile lot into a greener, more hospitable northern entrance to Bolton Hill, and reimagine the bus stop at the edge of the lot.
Summer is winding down which means the abundance of ripe tomato varieties is dwindling. I have been trying to scoop up as many tomatoes this season as possible – whether from the farmer’s market or my CSA.