Highland House Rises in Baltimore
The 65-unit community will be located on the former site of Haussner’s Restaurant at 3232 Eastern Ave.
By Ioana Moldovan
Baltimore—Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, together with state and local officials, joined developers Taylor Property Group and Garver Development Group for the official ground breaking of a new 65-unit apartment community in Baltimore’s Highlandtown neighborhood.
Once completed, the 6-story Highland Haus will rise on the former site of a Haussner’s Restaurant at 3232 Eastern Ave. Additionally, the property will be located in close proximity to the 137-acre Patterson Park and Canton, a waterfront attraction with many retail and nightlife options.
Construction plans call for studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, designed with quartz counters, brushed nickel fixtures, ceramic tile floors, and rich wood cabinetry. The exterior design will be a mix of brick, stucco and metal panels. On-site amenities include a fitness center, a rooftop clubhouse, a separate dog walking terrace, bike storage space and a pet-washing station. The building will also offer garage parking and first floor retail space. Highland Haus is slated for completion in mid-2017.
“We are thrilled to start Highland Haus, which will be catalytic for Highlandtown,” Peter Garver, president of Garver Development Group, said in prepared remarks, “We’ve removed a structure that stood vacant for nearly 17 years, and are replacing it with a vibrant new building that will help energize the Eastern Avenue main street area,” he added.
Rendering courtesy of Highland Haus