Developer to make Baltimore’s Little Italy more Italian

May 17, 2013 1269

by Kevin Litten

A Baltimore developer is planning two new projects for the city's Little Italy neighborhood that he envisions as a hearkening back to the neighborhood's Old World roots and would include a condominium tower built to resemble the Leaning Tower of Pisa.


Jeff Goolst owns six rowhomes between 505 and 515 Albemarle St. that he wants to tear down to make way for six, four-story luxury townhomes complete with elevators, first-floor garages and rooftop decks. The six houses will be designed to look like Italian villas, Goolst said, and would sell for $500,000. The entire project would cost about $3 million to develop and would be completed by the end of 2014, said Goolst, owner of Realty Income Trust LP.

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Fonte: The Italian American Journal

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