Please see below for community updates as well as applicable Baltimore County Documents pertaining to our community.
Charly’s on Sue Creek
The Baltimore Boating Center’s new restaurant, Charly’s Sue Creek is a wonderful addition to our community. Be sure to stop by and grab a drink and some amazing food!
Back River Neck Road Blight
Back River Neck Road serves as a gateway to our beautiful community, but has fallen victim to neglect and blight. In an effort to combat this and improve the corridor that leads to our community, the association is proactively submitting requests for code compliance inspections at eyesore properties along this corridor.
We have been successful in having properties cleaned up, and other fined with large fines and have been with working with others to hammer out details on long-term property improvements and development/ zoning plans.
This falls on our list of “long term projects” as it will not be something that can be fixed overnight.
Our Road Clean-Up Crew is always looking for volunteers! It’s a great way to give back to your community and beautify it in the process! For information- contact Tony Schmuacher- Coordinator.
Osprey Landing – Comprised of the Mantz Property in the 1600 block of Turkey Point Road, the Bills Property in the 2000 block of Turkey Point Road and the Bobby B’s Property in the 2100 block of Turkey Point Road, this project will be a total of 33 homes built by Ryan Homes. Homes start in the low $400k range.
Nester’s Landing – This project is a combination of the Schweitzer Property (Sue Avenue and 1900 blk of Turkey Point Road) and the Edgar Grove property along Edgar Avenue. This project will be built out by Richmond American Homes. Price point not yet disclosed.
Bobby B’s Redevelopment – Located at the corner of Greyhound and Turkey Point Road, this property was home to the former Bobby B’s Palace (also known as Hoffman’s Lounge, Merrick’s Dinner Theatre, and Decker’s Tavern).After many years of neglect and serving as the community’s largest eyesore, the building was purchased in the fall of 2018 by Lakeford Homes LLC for redevelopment into 5 single family homes. The building was demolished and subdivision plans for the two properties are currently pending approval before Baltimore County.
Josenhan’s Village PUD – Located at 1513 – 1519 Old Eastern Avenue, the property is slated to become a senior only community for residents aged 60+. Following two proposals that were rejected by the community, RBIA was able to work with the property owner to find a developer that was able to come up with a plan that would garner the support of the community.
Approval for this project is currently pending in Baltimore County. The developer was unable to secure all necessary tax credits at the state level to make the project feasible. At this time, the property has been listed for sale. We remain optimistic that the project may come to fruition in the future.
We have now established an official welcoming committee for new residents of the peninsula. If you know of someone who has moved to our neighborhood in the past year, please drop us a line! That way we can present them with a proper “Welcome Basket”!