Custom homes, built by local craftsmen

 

1600 Barclay provides homebuyers with a unique experience - designing their home alongside the craftsmen who build it - choosing finish details ranging from hardwood, tile, custom carpentry pieces and more.

Incorporating historic building techniques specific to Baltimore, with new industrial aesthetics, the homes at 1600 Barclay will be a true reflection of the local community.

 

 

More than just a neighborhood.

Station North is more than just a neighborhood – it's a place to create, thrive, and be inspired about the things you're passionate about.

Many local businesses have found their calling in this neighborhood, and today there is no shortage of activities to get your hands involved in. From Station North Tool Library, which offers courses in how to make your own cutting board, to Red Emma's, a coffee shop and bookstore catered towards radicals and activists - there are options for the arts, leisure and dining within walking distance of 1600 Barclay.

 

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Penn Station

Located 5 minutes walking distance from 1600 Barclay, Penn Station provides daily rail transit up and down the eastern seaboard, with discounted train tickets on the MARC train for commuters working and living between Washington DC and Baltimore. 

Station North Tool Library

The Tool Library is a community hub and tool-lending library open to anyone with a passion for woodworking and carpentry. The Tool Library has access to over 2,000 tools, 25 classes, a public woodworking shop. 

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Red Emma's

Radical bookshop and coffee roasters, specializing in anarchist and communist literature. Red Emma’s has become the local haunt coffee shop for artists, students and entrepreneurs in the local community.
 

Joe Squared Pizza

With a long list of creative pizza offerings, plus daily live music and art shows in a laid back atmosphere, Joe’s attracts folks from all around Baltimore - and is one of our personal favorite places to hang out.

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The Charles Theatre

Often referred to simply as The Charles, it is the oldest theatre in Baltimore. In addition to Hollywood movies, The Charles specializes in independent, foreign and classic films. It is a special institution that attracts movie buffs from all around Baltimore. 

Impact Hub

Impact Hub is part innovation lab, part coworking space, part civic forum. Members are a vibrant, diverse and growing community of innovators and entrepreneurs dedicated to driving positive change in Baltimore and beyond.

Ranked by USA Today, as the 3rd best Arts District in the US, Station North is the center of arts culture in Baltimore. 

 

In Station North, we believe a true community shouldn't be gated or fenced in – it should seamlessly meld into its surroundings. Station North has come a long ways since the arts district was first founded over ten years ago and today boasts a community of artists and entrepreneurs who are continually striving to create a more vibrant and conscientious community.