The Nelson Kohl is the first Class-A mid-rise market rate apartment building to be constructed in Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District. The Nelson Kohl caters to millennial and working professionals who want to live in a walkable thriving entertainment district. Building amenities include public roof deck, gym/yoga studio, a library curated around urban planning issues, a gallery. Apartments feature hard wood floors, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. The first floor retail is pre-leased to Milk and Honey, a café that sources locally. The overall construction cost for this new construction development equalled approximately $21.231M.
Nelson Kohl is the only new apartment building in the Station North neighborhood of Baltimore, MD.
The Nelson Kohl caters to millennial and working professionals who want to live in a walkable thriving entertainment district.
The project is an example of a new wave of urban economic development that he called "gentrification without displacement."
Amenities at the Nelson Kohl include a fitness center and community room, a rooftop deck and an arts gallery.