Highland House Rises in Baltimore

The 65-unit community will be located on the former site of Haussner’s Restaurant at 3232 Eastern Ave.
Renndering of Highland Haus, Baltimore City

Rendering of Highland Haus, Baltimore, Md.

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