BALTIMORE — April 11, 2017 — War Horse Cities andThe Bozzuto Group today unveiled their newest joint venture — Alta 47 — in Baltimore’s historicLocust Point neighborhood. The 47-townhome community was celebrated during a groundbreaking ceremony withBaltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh.
Alta 47 meets the increased demand of homeowners who want to put down lasting roots in Locust Point. As the newest community in Locust Point, it adds options in an area with limited new home construction. The community is located on three blocks once used as a trucking terminal.
The community strikes a unique balance between the authentic character of Locust Point and the modern design and technology needs of today’s homeowners. The exterior architecture boasts a sleek marriage of brick and concrete, highlighted with expansive contemporary windows. Progressive smart home technology is woven into each home’s infrastructure.
The townhomes feature fresh, open living spaces and fourth floor terraces with views of the harbor and cityscape. Each home also offers three bedrooms and a garage. The first townhomes of Alta 47 will be available in August 2017.
To get exclusive access to the latest community information, release dates, pricing and event invitations, sign up for Bozzuto Backstage at Alta47.com.
Alta 47 is the third joint venture between War Horse Cities and Bozzuto. The $23 million project is the first investment by BHI Investors I, Bozzuto’s new fundthat complements existing equity to support new homebuilding opportunities. Alta 47 is War Horse’s latest investment in the Locust Point community which includes Anthem House and Anthem House II apartment buildings, and philanthropic investments in Francis Scott Key Elementary / Middle School.
Bozzuto is the general contractor for the project. Architectural design was provided by Lessard Design and engineering was provided by Whitman, Requardt & Associates.
The Bozzuto Group is an experiential real estate company that is continually celebrated for its developments, customer service and workplace culture. With an expertise in homebuilding, multifamily development, construction and management for itself and its clients, Bozzuto is devoted to crafting extraordinary experiences. This commitment is applied to creating communities that mix belonging and inspiration with the promise of adventure and discovery.
Founded in 1988, Bozzuto has developed, acquired and built more than 42,000 homes and apartments. Currently, it manages more than 60,000 apartments and two million square feet of retail space along the East Coast between Miami and Boston, in the Northeast and Chicago. www.bozzuto.com.
About War Horse Cities
War Horse Cities is a community development and investment organization. Our mission is to make significant investments in neighborhoods where the company will be a leader in real estate development, neighborhood activation, and community-based philanthropic initiatives. War Horse Cities is committed to supporting and participating in vibrant urban communities—which it does by building exciting urban environments that are economically and environmentally sustainable. Hand in hand with the communities we serve, we invest our time, skills and resources into programming spaces, developing real estate and creating philanthropic initiatives lead by War Horse Cities Community Development Corp for long-term positive impact. www.warhorsecities.com
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