PROPERTY FEATURES – LOCATION & INDUSTRY
- The building is a 4-story masonry and frame building, containing a 4-level mixed-use structure with 5,015sf GBA above grade. There is a lower level basement that is unfinished and not included in the square footage total. The lot is legally identified as Ward 4, Section 2, Block 579, Lot 10. The subject is zoned C5-HT (Downtown District-Historic and Traditional Subdistrict) and contains 3,196sf or 0.07 acres of land.
- The entire site is rectangular in shape, with 21’ of frontage along the south side of Mulberry Street and 21’ along the north side of W. Pleasant Street alley: considered average with typical frontage.
- The site is deemed useable area. The site is at street level of Mulberry St frontage, with rear parking for an estimated 6 vehicles. The rear area is paved with macadam. Metered street parking as well.
- Public water and sewer
- HVAC System is a gas fired boiler with baseboard heat
- 220 amp with circuit breaker protection
- Central Alarm w/pull fire alarms
- NO GROUND RENT
REGIONAL ANALYSIS – BALTIMORE CITY
LOCATION & BOUNDARIES
- With a thriving port and easy access via rail, air and highways, Baltimore’s strategic mid-Atlantic location in the densely populated and economically vibrant Washington DC-Boston corridor is a prime asset for its continued economic development.
- Baltimore has six key industry sectors which present future growth opportunities—financial and professional services, health and bioscience technology, culture and tourism, information and creative services, logistics and advanced manufacturing.
- Approximately 2.8 million people live in Baltimore and its surrounding region.Major businesses located in the city include Under Armour, Pandora Americas, Legg Mason, Exelon and Morgan Stanley.
- Baltimore City contains roughly 79 square miles of land area, and is bordered on the east, north and west by Baltimore County and on the south by Anne Arundel County.
TRANSPORTATION & MASS TRANSIT
- Major highways are I-70, I-83, I-395, I-695, I-895, US 1, US 40, and MD 295
- Mass Transit includes the subway and northwest suburbs to downtown and Johns Hopkins medical campus, the light rail connecting w/BWI Airport and the northern suburbs and industrial parks, and MARC Commuter Rail links Baltimore with Washington, DC.
John C. Unitas, Jr.