Albemarle Square was designed to blend in with the existing architecture of Baltimore.

streetscape landscape in Baltimore The Inner Harbor of Baltimore as seen from Federal Hill.  Rash field is in the foreground with the downtown skyline in the background. The christmas lights of the miracle on 34th street in Hamden makes Clark Griswold green with envy.  Some of the elegantly restored rowhouses of Federal Hill on Warren Avenue. The window from which the film projector projects the films for the Little Italy Open Air Film Festival. The house where the Little Italy Open Air Film Festival's projector is located.  The film's image is projected from the third story window onto the side of the building across the street. The Western edge of the Albemarle Square development on Lloyd Street. Some of the rental apartments of the mixed housing community of Albemarle Square. New houses in Albemarle Square along Lombard Street. Looking West along Lombard Street in Albemarle Square with the Constellation Energy building in the background. Albemarle Street is the Western border of the Albemarle Square development. The 124 Canton Square Townhouses were built in 1987 in a property lot that had been demolished to make room for the failed East - West Expressway.  If the expressway had been built Canton, Fells Point, and Federal Hill would look nothing like they do today. Newly constructed luxury town homes are popping up all over the place in waterfront communities such as Canton. An example of the identification markers that the Preservation Society uses on historic properties in Fell's Point. Albemarle Square is a recently constructed mixed housing development in Jonestown. Additional single pictures

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