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A famous Baltimore address is on the market

cool spaceThe building, at 1106 N. Charles St., isn’t a marker on Baltimore’s skyline, but it’s still one of the more famous addresses in the city.

The property, which dates back to 1906, is one of the more recognizable addresses in the city because its home to The Brewer’s Art, which has been recognized as one of the best brew pubs in the nation.

Now the 29,238-square-foot mixed-use building is on the market, but don’t worry beer fans and foodies the restaurant has a new 10-year lease.

On the property’s second, third and fourth floors there are a variety of spaces, including boardrooms, private office and open creative spaces. It’s also located in one of the city’s flourishing commercial and cultural districts in Mount Vernon and only a short walk from Penn Station.

Originally, the building served as a home to a partner at the original investment bank Alex. Brown & Sons, according to the broker. The mansion, built shortly after the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904, was the first “fire-proof” home built south of New York City.

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