Located along the banks of the Jones Falls in Hampden, a19th-century loft building was once occupied by a textile company and then, for many years, by a firm that made miniature toys for Baltimore's beloved Christmas gardens. Now known as Union Mill, the building has been transformed into a self-contained, $20 million beehive of residences, offices and meeting rooms that also includes a gym and a small restaurant. The apartments are marketed to young teachers and others in the educational community. Read more about Union Mill here.
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