CAPREIT Debuts Luxury Baltimore Community

The company will manage the 103-unit Nelson Kohl, which was developed by SAA Ernst Valery Investments. Amenities include a sky lounge, dog run and fitness center.
Nelson Kohl, Baltimore

CAPREIT has opened Nelson Kohl, a luxury apartment community in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District of Baltimore’s Charles North neighborhood. Developed by SAA Ernst Valery Investments, the property will be managed by CAPREIT.

“The Station North Arts and Entertainment District is brimming with an artistic, cultural vibe that isn’t duplicated anywhere in the nation, and we believe this community is a direct reflection of its surroundings,” Andrew Kadish, president of CAPREIT, told Multi-Housing News. “We’re thrilled for the opportunity to manage such a distinctive, well-designed building that sits in the epicenter of a truly unique neighborhood.”

Luxury Living

Located at 20 East Lanvale St., the 103-unit community features studio and one- and two-bedroom floorplans across eight stories. Interiors include open floorplans, oversized windows, stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer/dryers, free cable and high-speed internet, brushed-chrome bathroom fixtures, plank-style flooring, quartz countertops, 42-inch custom cabinetry, spacious closets and tile flooring. Residents will have access to amenities such as:

  • sky lounge
  • library
  • rooftop terrace
  • free Wi-Fi
  • onsite parking
  • bike storage
  • fitness center
  • dog run
  • package room
  • business center
  • views of downtown
  • lobby art gallery
  • resident events

Nelson Kohl is situated across the street from Penn Station and offers convenient access to other transportation methods such as the Bolt Bus, Charm City Circulator, BWI/Thurgood Marshall Airport, Baltimore Bike Share and the Light Rail. The property is a few minutes away from several galleries, movie theaters, restaurants and entertainment options including Jones Falls Trail, Milk & Honey Market, Asana Roots, Pen & Quill, The Charles, Bottega, Tapas Teatro and several educational institutions such as John Hopkins, the University of Baltimore, Peabody and the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Image courtesy of CAPREIT