A Baltimore developer plans to build a new residential neighborhood in South Baltimore’s nascent Port Covington area on the site of a former industrial plant. Mark Sapperstein said his 28 Walker Development closed on the 26-acre property Thursday. A neighborhood to be called Locke Landing at Port Covington will be built on the site of the former Locke Insulators manufacturing plant, according to the parent company of Rockville-based DRB Homes. DRB Homes said it has been tapped by Sapperstein to construct town houses for the waterfront neighborhood, which will include an apartment building, town homes, a community pool and trails. The homebuilder plans to start next summer.
More residential development planned for Port Covington in South Baltimore
September 21, 2022