Furthering the goal of revitalizing Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood, Floura Teeter provided landscape architectural services for the re-purposing of an under-used turning lane into an urban plaza. The new plaza and streetscape will provide gathering space for Spike Gjerde’s Parts & Labor restaurant and butcher shop, the Single Carrot Theater, and the residents of the Remington neighborhood.
Floura Teeter’s design adds planters salvaged from the Bethlehem steel mill, custom steel planters, and festive lighting to create a fun and lively public space. The focus of the space is a new fireplace utilizing a salvaged smokestack surrounded by colorful movable furnishings.
Project Category: Streetscape & Urban Design
Location: Baltimore, MD
Client: Seawall Development
Project Costs: $75,000