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323 N Paca St. is located Downtown in the Seton Hill neighborhood, near Mount Vernon and the Bromo Arts District -
widely considered the cultural and arts epicenter in Baltimore City. The area is one of Baltimore's oldest and well known neighborhoods and is currently under revitalization with many projects being delivered in the immediate area. The neighborhood is also home to a diverse group of businesses, residents, and employment centers. The building is positioned off a main thoroughfare, Route 40 (Mulberry Street), making it easily accessible and highly visible.
323 North Paca Street, originally Engine Firehouse No. 1, was first opened on Dec. 21st, 1908. Now converted to commercial use, Engine Firehouse No. 1 is full of historic firehouse architecture and charm. The building features decadent wall tiling, 15'+ ceilings, grand arched entrance, rear balcony, parking, separate entrances from the front and rear, mezzanine levels, original spiral staircases, and two crow's nests located on the top floor. The building also has updated electrical and HVAC systems. The entire property is currently leased on a NNN basis to a long term tenant who has resided in the building since 2010. Property eligible for federal historic property tax credit.