Poverni Ventures

  • Joint Venture to Convert Vacant Baltimore Warehouse into Luxury Historic Lofts

    The Raffel Building, a historic building currently sitting vacant in one of Baltimore’s most desirable neighborhoods, is on its way to becoming upscale apartments. Two local companies, Poverni Ventures LLC and Management Restoration Services LLC , have formed a joint venture to redevelop the abandoned warehouse at 111 W. Heath Street and turn it into the Heath Street Lofts.

    Baltimore 28 January 2014 18:58

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