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CHASEN CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCES GRAND OPENING OF THE WILKES

Chasen Construction and Development, a leading multifamily, commercial, and single-family developer specializing in the Greater Baltimore and Washington, DC markets, announces today its newest multifamily property, The Wilkes, has delivered and has begun leasing.

The 10-unit boutique apartment building located at 1719 Eastern Avenue in Fells Point, a historic community in Baltimore, is the fifth delivery for Chasen in 2019, with seven more on the horizon for 2020.

CHASEN CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT’S CEO, BRANDON CHASEN, HONORED WITH BALTIMORE BUSINESS JOURNAL ‘40 UNDER 40’ AWARD

 

Chasen Construction and Development announces today its  Founder and CEO, Brandon Chasen, has been recognized as a member of the Baltimore Business Journal 2019 40 Under 40 class. The prestigious accolade recognizes young professionals in the Greater Baltimore region for outstanding success in business and contributions to their communities.

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CHASEN UNVEILS PLANS FOR 25-UNIT FELLS POINT APARTMENT BUILDING

 

A burned-out, red-brick shell in Fells Point that once held a popular bridal shop could soon be converted into 25 apartments.

Developer Brandon Chasen got the green light from a city review panel Tuesday to redevelop 1709-1719 Fleet St. into a multi-family project.

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FORMER PRIME STEAKHOUSE IN FELLS POINT CONVERTING TO APARTMENTS

 

A Fells Point building that once housed a celebrity chef's steakhouse is being converted into 10 luxury apartments. Chasen Construction & Development is also creating about 2,000 square feet of retail at street level at the former Prime Steakhouse at 1719 Eastern Ave. Brandon Chasen Sr. Chasen purchased the 6,700-square-foot property in June for $450,000. 

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FELLS POINT AMERICAN LEGION TO GET NEW LIFE

The General Joseph Haller Post 95 building in Baltimore's Fells Point neighborhood sold for $375,000 to a developer who plans to convert the vacant property into apartments and possible retail or office space.

Jim Chives, of Gold and Co., said he sold the 10,000-square-foot complex at 1742-1746 Fleet St. to Chasen Construction & Development on behalf of the American Legion.

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COOL DIGS: FEDERAL HILL'S NEWEST COWORKING SPACE HAS OFFICES WITH LOFTS FOR NAPPING

Baltimore's newest coworking space offers its tenants everything from a golf simulator, to shared event space and private offices complete with lofts for napping.

Vision opened earlier this year at 12 W. Montgomery St., an old office building in Federal Hill. The 11,000-square-foot space has a modern and trendy design with exposed ceilings and lots of white furniture and wood and metal accents.

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CO-WORKING FACILITY AND SIX APARTMENTS COMING TO 10,500 SQ. FT. FEDERAL HILL BUILDING

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Development is under construction on a mixed-use project that will bring six apartments and an office space to 12 W. Montgomery St. in Federal Hill. The 10,500 sq. ft. building was formerly used as office space but has been vacant in recent years.

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RENTAL SPOTLIGHT: THE DARCY BRINGS ELEGANT APARTMENTS TO LIGHT STREET

Take a look at the newest addition to Light Street. The Darcy resides at 1702 Light Street and offers 10 luxurious boutique styled apartments. The building stands four stories tall above beautiful South Baltimore, offering serene and breathtaking views of the city.

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The VICTORY HOUSE DEMOLISHED

The Victory House — a former 7,074 sq. ft., 39-bedroom, two-bathroom residence at 1702-1708 Light St. in South Baltimore — is no longer standing. Crews have spent the last few months demolishing the building and now the building is completely gone.

Pictures of the demolition started circulating on neighborhood social media pages generating hundreds of likes. The Victory House was a source of frustration for many in the community for years. 

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HERE'S A LOOK AT FEDERAL HILL'S NEW BOUTIQUE APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT

A 10-unit luxury apartment development is getting ready to open at the site of a former boarding house in Federal Hill.

 

The $3.9 million Darcy on Light Street was developed over the past year by Chasen Construction and Stanton Park Development at 1702 S. Light St.

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DEVELOPMENT PHOTO TOUR: SOUTH BALTIMORE AND PORT COVINGTON

Over the next week, SouthBMore.com will be posting development photo tours of all the projects under construction in South Baltimore. This tour features development in South Baltimore and Port Covington.

Check out SouthBMore.com’s South Baltimore Development Rundown for information about all the real estate projects under construction, recently completed, or in planning in South Baltimore.

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WORK BEGINS ON VICTORY HOUSE REDEVELOPMENT IN South Baltimore

Interior demolition has started on the redevelopment of the Victory House at 1702-1708 Light St. in South Baltimore. The Victory House is a 7,074 sq. ft., 39-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that was condemned and shut down by Housing and Community Development (HCD) last year due to structural issues. Developer Brandon Chasen is working with architect Julie Tice of Eastend Design Group on the project.