101 Wells

101 Wells


Project Profile

Number of Units:
Former Use:
Current Use:
Residential Luxury Loft
Entraguard Access, Onsite Laundry Facilities, Parking, Public Transportation Access
250,000 sf
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103 E. Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230

Originally constructed in 1895 by the National Enameling & Stamping Company (NESCO), 101 Wells is a collection of five unique buildings that served until 1945 as a factory for the Matthai Ingram Company, Maryland’s largest tinware manufacturer. These buildings, which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, collectively span a full city block along the southernmost part of the Riverside neighborhood at the industrial edge of South Baltimore. This facility had been vacant for many years prior to its acquisition by PMC Property Group. 


The renovation of this property included the construction of a central HVAC system that now connects the five-building campus to a central boiler room, as well as the creation of 182 generously sized one- and two-bedroom apartments that combine original historic features and abundant natural light with modern amenities.


The 101 Wells building renovation and conversion presented an excellent opportunity to restore a magnificent set of buildings that had been deteriorating due to years of neglect. This project also helped to revitalize and expand downtown Baltimore's residential base and now serves as a gateway to the downtown area from the south.