A invoice is at the moment shifting by way of the Baltimore Metropolis Council to transform the previous Seton Keough Excessive College campus at 1201 Caton Ave., which can also be at the moment the house of Pre-Ok to eighth grade Holy Angels Catholic College, to a I-1 mild industrial zoning. Seton Keough closed in 2017, and Holy Angels college students will have the ability to switch subsequent yr to Mom Mary Lange Catholic College which is beneath building in Poppleton.
Baltimore Enterprise Journal is reporting that Baltimore-based MRP is behind the event of this 34.15 acre property, although MRP declined to remark. The property has a 183,500 sq. ft. former faculty constructing, parking tons, taking part in fields, and a residential dormitory. The Archdiocese of Baltimore put out a request for proposals for the property on April twenty seventh of final yr.
The developer continues to be negotiating a letter of intent with the Archdiocese for the acquisition of the property, mentioned Christian Kendzierski, an Archdiocese spokesman.
The property at the moment is an EC-1 Instructional Campus Zoning. A change to I-1 would enable for mild manufacturing, fabricating, processing, wholesale distributing, and warehousing makes use of. A Baltimore Metropolis Council Financial and Neighborhood Improvement assembly is schedule for April thirteenth to debate the proposed zoning change.
The previous Seton Keough Excessive College campus is within the Wilhelm Park neighborhood adjoining to the Morrell Park and Violetville communities. It’s adjoining to a warehouse improvement in addition to the previous Cardinal Gibbons College, which was closed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 2009. The previous Cardinal Gibbons College campus is being redeveloped by Saint Agnes Hospital.
This is able to be the newest warehouse undertaking proposed for South Baltimore as two large projects are underway in Curtis Bay with others deliberate for Carroll-Camden Industrial Space. The Canton Industrial Space has seen a surge in new warehouses in recent times, and the redevelopment of the previous Sparrows Level metal mill as Tradepoint Atlantic has attracted many new distribution and E-commerce and distribution warehouse leases.
MRP has extra industrial properties all through the Mid-Atlantic in its portfolio. This consists of properties in Jessup and White Marsh.
The was first reported by Baltimore Enterprise Journal.
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