The Canal Street Malt House takes its name from its previous incarnation. Built in 1866 to store malt for the city's growing brewing industry, the building features red brick walls and colossal paned windows, which today reflect Baltimore’s industrial past. To preserve the building’s historic flavor, architectural features including exposed concrete columns and eighteen to twenty foot ceilings contribute to the post industrial residential feel of the residences.
Only thirty eight of these unique loft properties exist. The lofts range from 1,400 to 3,200 square feet and each unit is designed to maximize an incredible sense of openness and space. All lofts feature designer kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances, open steel stairs and railings, exposed concrete columns and ceilings, and stained concrete floors. Canal Street Malt House consists of 13 units in the original building and 25 units in the residence’s adjoining newer addition, which is connected to the warehouse with an exposed glass and steel elevator core.
One of the amenities of the Canal Street Malt House is the elegant courtyard that brings the two buildings together. The buildings create an interior courtyard that are connected by a series of walkways, bridges and a glass enclosed elevator. Floor-to-ceiling windows on the outside walls that face the courtyard allowed massive amounts of light into the interiors.
Offering an incredibly convenient location to all Inner Harbor activities and easy access to I83, Canal Street Malt House offers convenience and functionality, without sacrificing historical integrity and style.