Atelier Bmore, an innovative concept that provides curated space for artists, designers, and media professionals, has leased the historic 809 Cathedral Street in Mount Vernon, Baltimore.
Atelier Bmore, named after the French word for “workshop,” fosters a collaborative environment for artists. Spanning two floors, it’s home to HAUS of REVÖ Showroom, REVÖ Magazine, a photography studio, local artist Jumanji, and media company D Squared.
Built in 1900, this 11,000+ square-foot structure, near landmarks like Penn Station and The Walters Art Museum, features a private courtyard and roof deck, echoing Baltimore’s history as a women’s billiards parlor. Kate Jordan and Ben Brooks of Lee & Associates facilitated the lease.
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