Report: Seawall Sells First Remington Rehab Home
The developer has focused on providing solid, affordable housing options for teachers.
Seawall Development Corporation has sold its first rehabbed home as part of its Miller’s Square rehab projects in Remington, according to the Baltimore Messenger.
The newspaper reported the home, at 307 Lorraine Ave., has been sold to Sean Flanigan, a 36-year-old single father, and that renovations should be complete on the home by Christmas time.
In March, Donald Manekin, of Seawall, told Patch that rehabbing homes near the companies Miller’s Court rehabilitation project was a logical next step for the company.
"We have an opportunity to create a community of homes, and not a one-off house," Manekin said at the time.
The developer is rehabbing several homes in the North Baltimore neighborhood, including multiple homes on one block that were previously city owned houses.
While both of those projects are aimed at renters, the new rehab of homes is intended to give teachers an attractive purchase option so they can stay in the city when they want to buy.
According to the Miller's Square website, the homes feature hardwood floors, exposed brick and are built to "green" standards. Buyers are also eligible for $25,000 in incentives to by these homes.