Cross Street Part­ners adds res­i­den­tial con­struc­tion

Baltimore Sun - - ELECTION 2016 - — Natalie Sher­man

Bal­ti­more real es­tate firm Cross Street Part­ners on Thurs­day said it is ex­pand­ing into res­i­den­tial con­struc­tion with work on three projects across the city. The projects, which are un­der­way, rep­re­sent about $3.4 mil­lion in con­tracts and in­clude 19 houses, the firm said. They are the first res­i­den­tial con­struc­tion projects un­der­taken by Cross Street, which is known for its work on adap­tive re­use of com­mer­cial build­ings. The firm also hired de­vel­oper­builder Larry Rosen­berg as a project ex­ec­u­tive for the di­vi­sion. “Res­i­den­tial con­struc­tion is a nat­u­ral out­growth of our cur­rent work in Bal­ti­more’s in­no­va­tion and his­toric districts,” said Steve Hulse, a prin­ci­pal at Cross Street. “Our mis­sion is to cre­ate value-ori­ented hous­ing that meets the needs of res­i­dents of all ages, in­comes, and abil­i­ties.” It is work­ing on the Gwynn Oak Av­enue Homes in Lake Ash­bur­ton, Huron Street Town­homes in Cherry Hill and The Townes at Hoen.

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