Three ways to avoid traffic and parking problems in Downtown Frederick

By Gina Gallucci White

Developers David Bauer and Michael Gordon are renovating six row homes within the historic district of Frederick, Maryland.

As anyone who lives in or visits Downtown Frederick frequently knows, trying to find a parking spot, whether in the parking decks or on the street, can be challenging, especially when large events take place. Folks who move into one of the six row homes in the newly renovated Whitehill’s row can avoid this challenge.

Each the row homes in the renovated Whitehill’s Row has a deeded parking space and more parking can be available in the backyard. The properties are on the market now in the mid-$500,000 range. | Credit: Ed Bunyan Photography

PARKING — With Whitehill’s Row located on B & O Avenue, each row home has a deeded parking space in the front, and can have a private driveway in the backyard to accommodate two vehicles per home.

LOCATION — As the property is nestled in between the MARC train station and McCutcheon’s Apple Products, future owners can enter either near The Frederick Fairgrounds or Route 355 to avoid most of the heavy congestion in the area. Developers David Bauer and Michael Gordon are renovating the properties, and have listed the first property with SWC Realty of Maryland.

WALKABILITY — The row homes are only about 300 feet from Carroll Creek Linear Park, which attracts residents and tourists alike with its water fountains, public art displays, summer concerts and endless photographic possibilities.
The creek also provides direct walkable pathways to virtually all that downtown has to offer, including locally-owned speciality shops, award-winning restaurants and historical sites dating to the city’s earliest days.

Whitehill’s Row residents are also only a few steps away from popular craft breweries— Attaboy Barrel House and Smoketown Brewing Station. Folks may indulge in ales, IPAs, stouts and lagers without having to worry about driving home.