Building Spotlight: Silo Point

Silo Point, located on the waterfront in the Locust Point neighborhood of Baltimore, is an upscale condominium tower that rises 24 floors. Originally built in 1923 it was the largest and fastest grain elevator in the world. In 2009 it was converted into a contemporary award-winning residential building by Turner Development Group and architect, Parameter, Inc.

There are 233 upscale condos of one-, two- and three-bedrooms ranging from single level to duplex floor plans. The units all have oversize windows, 10’ to 16’ volume ceilings, gourmet kitchens with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, spa-like marble baths, generous balconies with amazing views of Baltimore Harbor and luxury designs and finishes throughout.

Silo Point has a variety of much-admired amenities including the Catacombs, a 24 hour fitness center and health spa, personal trainer and treatment suites. There is also a residents’ lounge, wine vault, game room, meeting room, on-site restaurant offering room service, five-story lobby, garage parking and storage units.

This ideal waterfront location makes it easy for Silo Point residents and their guests to have access to the Baltimore Aquarium and all the fine restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues along Baltimore Harbor.

At present there are 14 residences for sale. The average list price is $510,021 or $267 per square foot. The units are on the market an average of 233 days. Six rentals are also available for an average of $3,242 per month for a one year lease.

For additional information and a tour of this unique Baltimore tower contact the Building Expert for Silo Point at

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