1500 Thames Street
1500 Thames Street | 4-story property, built in 2004
1500 is on the western edge of Fells Point along the water, within easy walking distance of both Fells Point and Harbor East retail. It’s also close to the free Maritime Park – Tide Point (Locust Point) water taxi, and Harbor Point, Baltimore’s next area targeted for high-end commercial development. Residents have access to secure garaged parking, but visitors need to use the street or nearby public garages.
960 Fell Street | 7-story property, built in 1990, with 108 units
Belt’s Landing was one of Baltimore’s first residential warehouse conversions, along with Canton Cove. Residents have access to a secure parking garage, visitor parking spots, a fitness center, and an outdoor pool.
1000 Fell Street | 6-story property, built in 2005, with 137 units
Condo residents here share the building with The Inn at Henderson’s Wharf, a luxury hotel, and some of the amenities overlap between them. Residents have access to 24-hour security, concierge, available housekeeping services, a secure parking garage, visitor parking, a visitor/guest suite, an onsite marina, a fitness center.
1400 Lancaster Street | 9-story property, built in 2005, with 48 units
The modern-look units here offer two stories, floor-to-ceiling windows, and large balconies. Residents have access to 24-hour security and front desk staff, secure garage parking,
Canal Street Malt House
1220 Bank Street | 4-story property, built in 2005, with 38 residences
Though the Malt House is actually in the Little Italy restaurant neighborhood, it offers an easy walk to both Fells Point and Harbor East. Since its architectural style resembles Fells Point more, I’ve included it on this page. This converted 19th-century brewing warehouse is one of Baltimore’s smaller condominium communities, with just 38 loft-style units. The industrial theme continues with 18-20ft high ceilings and exposed concrete. The building also has a parking garage for its residents.
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