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Seawall’s Remington Row seeks wider tenant base

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Seawall Development Co., which has previously built affordable apartments for Baltimore educators, wants to open up its newest project to a wider variety of professionals.

Currently the company is in the midst of constructing 108 Class A apartments as part of its Remington Row development. The apartments are expected to be delivered in June and a one-bedroom unit will rent for $1,175 a month and two-bedroom will rent for $1,600 per month.

“For years, we heard from nurses, medical professionals, professors, entrepreneurs, fire fighters and graduate students who wanted their own chance to live in our residential spaces, which were available only to the city’s educators. We created Remington Row with them in our minds and hearts – designing essential living spaces open to all, at a price most can afford,” Matt Pinto, Seawall property manager, said in a news release.

Amenities for the apartments include an elevated courtyard, a 24-hour fitness center and storage units.

The apartments are part of the larger mixed-use Remington Row development that will include 15,000 square feet of residential retail, 30,000 square feet of office space and 260 underground parking spots. It will also be near the $12 million R. House restaurant incubator being developed as part of the project.