Baltimore’s “Chabad Village” Set to Expand

A new development of luxury townhouses in the Park Heights neighborhood of Baltimore, MD, dubbed “Chabad Village”, and built with frum families is mind, is going on the market. Locals are hoping Lubavitchers will snatch them up.

By Anash.org reporter

A new development of luxury townhouses in the Park Heights neighborhood of Baltimore, MD, dubbed “Chabad Village”, and built with frum families is mind, is going on the market. Locals are hoping Lubavitchers will snatch them up.

Construction was recently completed on six luxury townhouses in the Park Heights neighborhood of Baltimore, MD, in a prime location near the Chabad community, school and shuls. The new townhouses join a large number of townhouses that were developed over the past years, many of them having been sold to Lubavitchers.

Chabad residents have nicknamed the neighborhood “Chabad Village” due to the large presence of anash families who live there. With these 6 new townhouses on the market, they look forward to welcoming more families to their growing community.

The new homes were built with a chassidishe mishpocha in mind, with over 2000 square feet of space including five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a large kosher kitchen and a finished basement, for a competitive price of $375,000.

“With over 2000 sq. ft. of finished space, the brand new units boast a spacious layout and modern design with custom detailing throughout,” the developers said. “Each Maple Glen townhome features a kosher style kitchen with two sinks, dishwashers, and ranges, along with granite countertops, and all new stainless steel appliances.”

“The fully finished basements are an ideal space for playrooms or offices. Special features include hardwood floors, custom kitchen cabinets, and signature tile work in each bathroom. The Maple Glen community is centrally located, within walking distance to many shuls, stores, and more,” they said.

In recent years, the Chabad community of Baltimore has seen a population boom, with new families moving in every year. A large number of previously-built townhouses were bought almost immediately after being placed on the market, and the developers hope to continue the trend with more Lubavitcher buyers.

“Baltimore has a rich Lubavitch history dating back to 1889,” head shliach Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan told Anash.org for an article on the Baltimore community. “Since the establishment of the yeshiva twelve years ago, and the cheder soon after, the anash community really began to grow and blossom.”

Today, Baltimore boasts a large, thriving frum community, including one of the fastest growing anash communities in the United States. The largest concentration of anash families is found in Park Heights, which is also the hub of the wider frum community.

A member of anash living nearby told Anash.org that he hopes Chabad families will take advantage of this opportunity. “These homes are a real metzia,” he said. “They’re spacious, beautiful, and in a prime location for a Chabad family. We’d love to have more Lubavitchers join our community.”

The neighborhood has two Lubavitcher shuls, Bais Lubavitch led by Rabbi Elchonon Lisbon, and Young Anash, led by Rabbi Nochum Levin. The new neighborhood is also in the center of the wider frum community, allowing access to many frum amenities and conveniences.

An open house for the new homes will be held in one week, on Sunday, October 31st from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM. All are welcome and encouraged to stop in.

To arrange a tour of the new development, or to find out more about the Baltimore community, reach out to Rabbi Zalman Spitezki at (646) 626-1343.

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