Welcome to Clipper Mill!
The property is situated on the site of a former foundry that played a key role in Baltimore’s history, the neighborhood is setting out to make some history of its own. Vibrant. Dynamic. Built from a “green” perspective.
The buildings that comprise the Clipper Mill complex date back to the 1850s. As the Poole and Hunt Foundry, the complex was an integral part of Baltimore’s and the nation’s manufacturing economy as they produced steam engines, steam boilers, the Leffel American double turbine water-wheel, circular and gang saw-mills, crushers for various milling and mining operations, railroad cars and engines, and screw pile lighthouses. Specifically, the site had close ties to the city and country’s burgeoning railroads, which started in Baltimore, as it made major machine pieces for the railroads.
Clipper Mill possesses an undeniable charm and character. Here, you can live, work and play within the wooded Jones Falls Valley, nestled between Hampden, Woodberry and Druid Hill Park.
Clipper Mill is close to everything you love and need in the city, including great shopping and dining, cultural attractions and public transportation.