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Tour of the Neighborhood
Our new home is on the corner of N. Eutaw and W. Fayette Streets, just blocks from Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Everyman Theatre will be a part of the newly designated Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District. The new district is a 117-acre area bounded by Park Avenue on the east, Lombard Street on the south, Paca Street on the west and MLK Boulevard on the north. Bromo Tower Arts joins Station North and Highlandtown as designated arts districts in the city.
Some highlights of our new neighborhood include:
Starbucks, 1 N. Eutaw St.
Panera Bread, 400 Baltimore St.
Alewife, 21 N. Eutaw St., http://alewifebaltimore.com/
University of Maryland Hospital, 22 S. Greene St., http://www.umms.org
C. Grimaldis Gallery, 523 N Charles St, http://www.cgrimaldisgallery.com
H&H Building Art Studios, 405 W. Franklin St.
Nudashank Gallery, 3rd floor http://nudashank.blogspot.com
Subbasement Artist Studios, 118 N. Howard St. http://www.subbasementartiststudios.com