Culta Dispensary was named one of the Best Cool Digs of 2018 by Baltimore Business Journal. The fourth medical marijuana dispensary to open in Maryland was designed by Curry Architects and has been a leader in the cannabis industry for the state.
Curry Architects has been retained by B&B Realty and Caves Valley Partners in the redevelopment of the former McCormick Spice headquarters located on Schilling Circle in Hunt Valley, MD. To read more about the redevelopment of this property and new tenants, visit the Baltimore Business Journal.
Curry Architects’ renovation of the National Lumber kitchen and bath showroom was featured in Kitchen & Bath Business, the official publication of the KBIS. Read more about the history of this long-time Baltimore business and see before and after photos of this showroom transformation here.
In an article recently published by the Baltimore Business Journal, two projects by Curry Architects were featured. More and more private K-12 boarding schools in the Mid-Atlantic region are finding benefits to having faculty in residence on campus. McDonogh School’s Marc Village that was designed by Curry Architects opened for the 2018-2019 school year. Garrison Forest, a K-12 girls’ private …
Curry Architects was selected by Avenue Real Estate to renovate a retail center on Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia, MD. The former Princeton Sports will now be home to multiple tenants and is also receiving major improvements to the façade. This project was recently featured in the Baltimore Business Journal.
The latest in a series of self-storage facilities designed by Curry Architects has broken ground at the busy intersection of Padonia Road and Beaver Dam in Timonium, MD. Curry Architects has worked with Premiere A2 on several locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
The Fader Innovation Center at McDonogh School designed by Curry Architects was featured in Cool Digs of the Baltimore Business Journal. “The entire community was involved in its creation,” said Steve Eno, faculty member at McDonogh Upper School. “Students helped decide what furniture would work best, teachers gave input on what the future of education would require, the architects brought …
Curry Architects designed micro apartment units for the historic 1890s building on Redwood Street in downtown Baltimore in the busy area of University of Maryland Medical Center campus. Units will range from 450-800 SF to serve the population of doctors, residents, and students in the area. Completion is expected to be early 2019.
Earlier this month, Delaware Business Now reported on the expansion of the new Eggspectation franchise location coming to Delaware. High Five Hospitality is working with Curry Architects and Eggspectation corporate on this newest location.
Keep following the Baltimore Business Journal’s eye on development in the Baltimore region through Crane Watch. Curry Architects’ latest design for Metro Centre at Owings Mills broke ground this summer and construction has been underway for The Met apartments and mixed use retail.