For years, the B&O Railroad Grain Terminal was a fixture on the Baltimore skyline. The 290 foot tall grain elevator was a state of the art symbol of international commerce in the 1920s. Now again, the building heralds new innovations in modern living for the 21st century.
Silo Point is an amazing conversion of this iconic building. All the homes offer unparalleled luxury, with wall window harbor views, gourmet kitchens, contemporary design, hardwood floors, and walk in closets. A variety of floor plans are available, from 1100 to 5000 square feet. Baths are spa inspired, with oversized tubs, and marble countertops.
Common areas include a private Sky Lounge on the 19th floor, suitable for relaxing and having a drink with the neighbors, or larger social events. The lobby is nothing short of breathtaking in this gleaming new development, with an incredible 125 foot ceiling. There is, of course, 24 hour concierge service, dog walking, and a fitness club.
Prices start at around $264,000 for a one bedroom, with two bedrooms at $450,000 and sky townhouses in the 550,000 range. The developer, Patrick Turner, is pricing the tower units for around $1.5 million, and expects to sell the two penthouse units for $4 million.
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