Transformation in old Dundalk -

Transformation in old Dundalk -

There are 10 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Oct 24, 2007, titled Transformation in old Dundalk -. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Tim Young considered moving to Canton. But then the 27-year-old doctoral student looked at the Dundalk Village Center.

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Washington, DC

#1 Oct 24, 2007
Dundalk is a gem ready to be cut in my opinion. I see a lot of investors stretching their renovation and remodeling sights into this area and taking advantage of the very low housing prices. All it needs is that one big commercial spark, like a Whole Foods or a Harris Teeter, and Dundalk would take off.
Dan in B-more hon

Plymouth, MN

#2 Oct 24, 2007
James T. Smith Jr. is a bozo. Biggest shit-talker in the world.

Washington, DC

#3 Oct 24, 2007
Dundalk is still a kinda hidden treasure..with the last few water fronts left near has definate potential in years to come

Edgewater, MD

#4 Jan 1, 2008
We love it here in Old Dundalk!

Annapolis, MD

#5 Jan 2, 2008
Having moved here from Annapolis, due to sky-rocketing home prices in Annapolis, Dundalk really is a Diamond in the rough. I live in Old Dundalk and it actually is a nice quiet neghborhood! The people are nice, houses well maintained. I've been to some other neighborhoods and can honesty say Old Dundalk is the best.
A Different Michael

Baltimore, MD

#6 Feb 23, 2008
I am another Old Dundalk transplant, and also think that it is a diamond in the rough, with a potentially huge upside. My neighborhood feels more like a really nice park then anything else, with trees and old brick colonials lining the streets and we are less then 10 minutes away from all of the nice stuff in Baltimore [Canton, Fell's Point, Harbor East, Little Italy, Inner Harbor etc]. On top of that [in 2006] we were able to buy a 3 bedroom single family home for less than most 2 bedroom condo's in Columbia. I think as people continue to move into Maryland from other areas of the country...people who have no idea that Dundalk has long been the butt of most Maryland jokes...this area will start attracting more and more folks.


Since: Feb 08


#7 Feb 25, 2008
good post

Rosedale, MD

#8 Feb 25, 2008
I do not live in Dundalk; but anyone who doesn't realize that this area is one of the best-kept secrets is foolish. It's amazing how many people joke about this area. In 60 years you end up doing quite of bit of traveling around the state. Anyone who thinks Dundalk is less than anything but great and with great future potential is very near-sighted.

Baldwin, MD

#9 Mar 8, 2008
All of us who kept our homes in Dundalk and didn't sell them will be laughing in a few years. This area is the last of the affordable areas in the Baltimore region that is relatively safe and close to all the cool stuff.

Narberth, PA

#10 Mar 12, 2008
On top of that, Aberdeen Point ground is only about 8 miles away. With that and a commercial spark like one poster mentioned, Dundalk can spring into White Marsh like

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