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Waterfront Partnership On The Job During CoronaVirus Shut Down

After a brief respite,  the Waterfront Partnership rolled out a full complement of services in Fell’s Point on Monday, March 30.   They will operate seven days a week during the times listed below. The Waterfront Partnership board leadership felt strongly that the work was essential and teams should be out on the streets, keeping an eye… Read more »

Resources for Businesses and Employees

Fell’s Forward – Live & Outside Plan View the proposed pedestrian friendly plan for Fell’s Point . 2020 05 29_ FELLS FORWARD_BCT Presentation   Resources The Coronavirus has affected the Fell’s Point business community in so many areas – everyone is affected.  Fortunately, there are programs to help residents, businesses and employees in emergency situations. … Read more »

Governor Issues Emergency Executive Order Closing of All Bars, Restaurants, Movie Theaters and Gyms in Maryland

The Order goes into effect at 5 p.m. on March 16, 2020 Governor Hogan ordered the shutdown of all bars, restaurants, movie theaters and gyms in Maryland, effective at 5 pm today, March 16, 2020, to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Several Fell’s Point businesses had already closed their doors on Sunday night,… Read more »

Fell’s Point Community Pitches In

Fell’s Point is a close-knit business community and this has never been more evident than during the pandemic. Fell’s Point Blood Drive – April, 2020 Brina Furman, 28, whose family owns Max’s Taphouse, organized three Red Cross Blood Drive days.   Businesses chipped in donating space, tables, food, marketing skills and their time. The three dates… Read more »

Fells Point adds festivals, subtracts grime and crime as it woos visitors

Fells Point adds festivals, subtracts grime and crime as it woos visitors – By Melody Simmons, Baltimore Business Journal, February 26, 2018 They hauled away 30 tons of trash and power washed the walls and streets. At least 1,204 tags of graffiti and stickers were removed. Now Fells Point is back — and ready for… Read more »

Broadway Market’s north half to reopen this month

Broadway Market’s north half to reopen this month – By Melody Simmons, Baltimore Business Journal, February 20, 2019 The new-look, modernized north shed of Broadway Market will reopen by the end of the month. Three long-time tenants — Vickki’s Fells Point Deli, Sal’s Seafood and Sophia’s Place European Deli — will reopen in inside the… Read more »

Broadway Market attracts five local vendors amid $3M overhaul

Broadway Market attracts five local vendors amid $3M overhaul – By Melody Simmons, Baltimore Business Journal, November 7, 2018 Brothers Khari and Shawn Parker will be serving up chicken and waffles and shrimp and grits inside the renewed and upgraded north shed of Broadway Market. Connie’s Chicken & Waffles is one of five new businesses… Read more »

Fells Point businesses say they’ll stay open on Halloween night

Fells Point businesses say they’ll stay open on Halloween night – By Amanda Yeager, Baltimore Business Journal, October 18, 2018 Fells Point is back in business for Halloween. Last year saw more than a dozen bars and restaurants in the waterfront neighborhood shut down early on Halloween night out of concern that the rowdy revelry… Read more »

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore wins over Condé Nast Traveler readers

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore wins over Condé Nast Traveler readers – Johanna Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief, Baltimore Business Journal, October 9, 2018 The Sagamore Pendry Baltimore in Baltimore’s Fells Point neighborhood grabbed the No. 1 spot on Condé Nast Traveler’s Best Hotels in the U.S. Condé Nast Traveler said it received a record-breaking number of responses from nearly… Read more »

Fells Point Fun Festival Evolves into One-Day Event

Fells Point Fun Festival Evolves into One-Day Event – By Lauren Conrad, Baltimore Magazine, August 15, 2018 Much like the Fells Point neighborhood itself, the annual Fells Point Fun Fest has evolved significantly throughout the years. But despite all of the changes—including downsizing the footprint to work around the construction near Broadway Square last fall—celebrating… Read more »