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Enterprise Homes celebrates Mulberry at Park opening

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, left, chats with Yvonne Burrell, a resident at Mulberry at Park Apartments. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, left, chats with Yvonne Burrell, a resident at Mulberry at Park Apartments. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

The $22.3 million Mulberry at Park Apartments provides 68 high-quality, green homes in downtown Baltimore’s Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District. (Photo by Jeffrey Sauers)

The $22.3 million Mulberry at Park Apartments provides 68 high-quality, green homes in downtown Baltimore’s Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District. (Photo by Jeffrey Sauers)

The living areas are open and spacious, and each apartment includes attractive and convenient features. (Photo by Jeffrey Sauers)

The living areas are open and spacious, and each apartment includes attractive and convenient features. (Photo by Jeffrey Sauers)

Baltimore city and community leaders, including Mayor Catherine Pugh, center, were present for the ribbon cutting and grand opening of Mulberry at Park Apartments. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Baltimore city and community leaders, including Mayor Catherine Pugh, center, were present for the ribbon cutting and grand opening of Mulberry at Park Apartments. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

From left, Kenneth C. Holt, the secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development; Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh; and Chickie Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise Homes Inc., were on hand for the Mulberry at Park Apartments’ grand opening. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

From left, Kenneth C. Holt, the secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development; Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh; and Chickie Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise Homes Inc., were on hand for the Mulberry at Park Apartments’ grand opening. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Chickie Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise Homes Inc., addresses a full house during the Mulberry at Park Apartments’ grand opening event. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Chickie Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise Homes Inc., addresses a full house during the Mulberry at Park Apartments’ grand opening event. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

From left, Ted Lassiter, of the City of Baltimore’s Comptrollers Office; Chickie Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise Homes; Michael Braverman, acting commissioner/acting executive director of the  Baltimore Housing Commission; and Julie Day, from Baltimore Housing, helped celebrate the opening of Mulberry at Park Apartments. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

From left, Ted Lassiter, of the City of Baltimore’s Comptrollers Office; Chickie Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise Homes; Michael Braverman, acting commissioner/acting executive director of the Baltimore Housing Commission; and Julie Day, from Baltimore Housing, helped celebrate the opening of Mulberry at Park Apartments. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Kenneth C. Holt, Secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, left, chats with Christine Madigan, executive vice president of Enterprise Homes Inc. at Mulberry at Park Apartments’ grand opening. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Kenneth C. Holt, Secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, left, chats with Christine Madigan, executive vice president of Enterprise Homes Inc. at Mulberry at Park Apartments’ grand opening. (Photo by Alan Gilbert)

Enterprise Homes, joined by community leaders including Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Secretary Kenneth C. Holt, celebrated the grand opening of Mulberry at Park Apartments in downtown Baltimore Feb. 15. The $22.3 million community provides 68 high-quality, green homes in downtown Baltimore’s Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District.

Mulberry at Park includes 34 one-bedroom, 27 two-bedroom and seven three-bedroom apartments with average rents at approximately $750. Designed by Marks, Thomas Architects and built by Harkins Builders, Inc., the development complements the historic architecture in the surrounding neighborhood, which has been the focus of substantial investment, including residential, retail, office, hotel, institutional and cultural development activities.

The development meets LEED Silver standards, which bring the improved health, economic and environmental benefits of sustainable construction practices to the families who call Mulberry at Park Apartments home. The building includes water-conserving plumbing fixtures; advanced insulation and air sealing; green roofing; low VOC finishes; and Energy Star windows, HVAC systems, lighting and appliances.

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