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173 New Baltimore Rowhomes to Appear in Greektown

Baltimore’s Greektown has a planned new home development that WILL be moving forward. Elkridge, Maryland based developers H&H Rock Cos. is planning to build 173 new rowhomes on 10 acres of vacant lot in the neighborhood. The address of the project will be 4500 – 4600 Gough Street.

The city approved a $3.05 million performance bond for the developers to build sewer and water lines, conduits and street lighting at the site. The site was previously zoned industrial but has been approved for residential uses.

The project has shrunk since talks started in 2006. Total planned rowhome count is the mentioned 173 units, down from prior plans proposing 226 homes. The buildings are getting a more urban feel and additional green space in the project is being built in. The working name of the project is Oldham Crossing.


What’s Greektown? For those of you new to Baltimore, it’s a community in Southeast Baltimore that is undergoing several exciting commercial and residential development initiatives. The community began as a suburb of Highlandtown. It is a neighborhood full of Greek flavor and host of such events as the annual Greek Festival & Greek Parade. Some longtime residents refer to Greektown as “the Hill.”


Baltimore’s Greek Festival


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