Poverni Sheikh Group (PSG) in partnership with the Baltimore Development Corporation is pleased to announce the groundbreaking on The Howard Row (“The Project”).

The Project is comprised of five vacant buildings located at 407-415 N Howard Street, which will be converted into five retail spaces on the ground level facing Howard Street and 41 apartments above.

“We’re confident the retail spaces will be very attractive to small businesses and will greatly revitalize the entire 400 block of Howard Street, sparking future development,” explains Greg Kostrikin, Vice President of Development at Poverni Sheikh Group.

Located in the Bromo Arts District, the project is in close proximity to light rail, cafes and restaurants, many entertainment and arts venues, University of Maryland Medical Center and the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

The development group is hopeful this project will serve the nearby residential and office populations’ retail and housing needs, while removing the stigma related to the long-abandoned buildings along Howard Street in Baltimore.

Poverni Sheikh Group, committed to bringing beautiful and unique parts of Baltimore to their former glory by way of adaptive reuse, will restore the façades of the Howard Street buildings back to their historic look in accordance with the historic preservation requirements.

PSG estimates that this multimillion dollar development will be completed in early summer of 2019.


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