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The Power Plant
Baltimore, Maryland

Originally The Power Plant generated power for Baltimore's old trolley car system. Long in disuse, it was converted into a Six Flags indoor amusement park. It has since been converted into a multi-tenant entertainment complex with ESPN Zone, Hard Rock Café, Barnes & Noble, and other tenants. This 160,000-square-foot project is a major tourist attraction in the Inner Harbor.

   

Starbucks at The Can Company
Baltimore, Maryland

This newly-constructed Starbucks is part of the $19 million adaptive reuse project The Can Company. Restaurants share space with retailers in the 60,000-square-foot shopping area.

   

Ray Lewis' Full Moon Restaurant
Baltimore, Maryland

Ray Lewis' Full Moon Restaurant, owned by the Baltimore Ravens football player, is one of four restaurants in the five-building complex of the adaptive reuse project The Can Company. The distinctive stacks were salvaged and restored.

   

Austin Grill
Baltimore, Maryland

Sharing space with the corporate headquarters of the DAP company, Austin Grill is one of four restaurants in the five-building Can Company complex.

   

Lexington Market
Baltimore, Maryland

The project involves renovations and improvements to the exterior façade and interior merchant spaces in the occupied 219-year-old market. Exterior upgrades include new masonry, storefront windows and awnings, signage and decorative steel framing. New lighting, flooring and wall finishes are among the improvements to the interior.

Lewicki Estimating Services, Inc.
  Northern Virginia
13600 Old Chatwood Place
Chantilly, VA 20151
Phone: 703.689.4807
Fax: 703.439.2840
  Baltimore
1620 S. Hanover Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: 410.680.6394
Info@LewickiEstimating.com

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