222 Saratoga

  • Castle Lanterra Unveils New Details for its 222 Saratoga Apartment Project In Baltimore

    At the start of the year, Castle Lanterra Properties entered the Baltimore market with the purchase of the apartment building at 222 E. Saratoga Street from RWN Development Inc., for $13.5 million. At that time, the New York-based company said it planned to improve the property. Now, it has revealed more details about the project.

    Baltimore 07 May 2015 08:06
  • The Great Advantage of Urban Infills

    Last month, Castle Lanterra Properties, a privately held real estate firm founded in 2009, completed the acquisition of its second multifamily property in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area. Elie Rieder, the founder and CEO of Castle Lanterra Properties, told MHN more about his company and its plans for the Baltimore area.

    National 17 March 2015 15:27

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