After a fire in 2015, 809 Frederick Rd. in Catonsville, Maryland stood vacant for seven years. It is currently undergoing a comprehensive renovation. Once complete, it will feature two apartments and a retail space.
Located in the heart of downtown Catonsville, Maryland, 809 Frederick Rd is nestled between Atwater's and Tanneytown Deli on a block full of restaurants and shops. It is an ideal location for many types of business.
The interior space is wide open with few obstructions. Two exposed brick fireplaces reveal the character of the original building. There is one half bath and a storage closet. The rear exit leads to the parking lot (shared with the apartment tenants) and the side exit door opens to the alley and back to the lot. Optional basement storage space is available for lease.
If divided, the larger retail space will be 810 square feet and the smaller will be 465 square feet.
Living at 809 Frederick Rd., everything in Catonsville is within walking distance. The primary bedroom suite includes a private bathroom and walk-in closet. A second full bathroom and laundry area are at the center of the floor plan. In the rear, a sunny office or den space opens to an outdoor deck.
With four skylights, the third floor apartment at 809 Frederick Rd offers a unique living experience. Overlooking downtown Catonsville is the open concept living, dining, and kitchen space. The primary bedroom suite includes a private bathroom and oversized closet with access to the outdoor deck. A second full bathroom and laundry area are at the center of the layout and the second bedroom is just off the hall.
This image from the Catonsville Collection of the Baltimore County Library shows 809 Frederick as well as the buildings that are currently Tannytown Deli, Atwater's, and Pat's Porch.
This picture shows 809 Frederick sometime before 1935. It was Pfeiffer's Meat Market and grocery at the time.
Even though the land records show 809 Frederick as being built in 1900, the Sanborn fire insurance map from 1899 includes the building. It was designed as a multi-use building with a wall dividing the first floor space. One side is labeled Meat and the other side is a Dwelling. The dwelling address was 811 Frederick, a number no longer in use today.
FIRST FLOOR RETAIL SPACE
SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT
THIRD FLOOR APARTMENT