Cambridge Flats - open apartments

The project began with a one-story garage building in a parking-starved Baltimore neighborhood. The challenge was to floor area ratio (FAR) limits while making the apartments attractive to renters. The solution: Keep the garages and tear off the back of the original building to create a courtyard, allowing for more square footage and "flat" apartments. The result is open-plan, light-filled units, an attractive and contemporary floor plan alternative to the typical Baltimore rowhouse neighbors. Also lots of storage (including extra storage in the garages) and parking.
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Each unit features large, nearly floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for ample light and giving the, main living area an airy, open feeling.,
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Each unit includes 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and each bedroom opens onto a shared balcony with steps leading to the backyard.
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Another view of the large windows in the main living area.
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View down hall toward main living area.
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In keeping with an open plan, the kitchen opens into the main living area, with an island overhang designed for casual dining and entertaining.
“Color” — sradeloff
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Both the master and hall bathrooms feature IKEA GODMORGON vanities which are designed to provide lots of built-in storage in easily accessible drawers.
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The master bedroom has its own bathroom and walk-in closet.
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“just brick - plain” — lindaandbill
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Both bathrooms feature hexagonal tiles.
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