H&S Bak­ery be­gins Fells Point ex­pan­sion

Baltimore Sun - - NATION - — Natalie Sherman

Bal­ti­more’s H&S Bak­ery, a fam­i­ly­owned busi­ness best known for sup­ply­ing Mc­Don­ald’s with its ham­burger rolls, said Wed­nes­day it has be­gun to ex­pand its Fells Point lo­ca­tion. The $15 mil­lion project at 623 S. Caro­line St., to be com­pleted by the end of the year, is de­signed to help stream­line dis­tri­bu­tion op­er­a­tions, the firm said in a state­ment. The project will add about 25,000 square feet to H&S’s west build­ing and in­cludes new equip­ment and other up­grades. It re­ceived pre­lim­i­nary city ap­proval for the project last year. The ad­di­tion will span a city block, and was de­signed by Mor­ris & Ritchie As­so­ciates to match the char­ac­ter of the sur­round­ing his­toric neigh­bor­hood, the firm said. The Pat­er­akis fam­ily’s five Bal­ti­more-area bak­eries em­ploy about 1,500 work­ers, in­clud­ing more than 300 based in Fells Point.

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