Our Concepts

The Peabody

George Peabody (1795-1869) believed in the power of the artist to enrich the lives of others. The Peabody is inspired by its namesake library in Baltimore, the first major arts and intellectual center in an American city.
Here, the familiar aroma of coffee, the promise of a fine meal, and the anticipation of friendly buzz offer a reprieve from the daily chaos. It is where locals come to refill their cup, proverbially, and often quite literally.

The Alexander Brown

Founded in 1800, the historic Alexander Brown building in Baltimore still stands today, having survived the infamous 1904 Fire and generations of change. 
Alexander Brown & Sons was instrumental in Baltimore’s booming formative years and was a local institution until 1997 when it was purchased by a national bank. Twenty years later, the inspiring history and architectural legacy remain. 

The Stovall House

Steeped in over 100 years of history, The Stovall House will be an intimate escape from everyday life, inviting members to use the estate as it best suits their lifestyle and needs.
We look forward to providing a private and comfortable environment, allowing each member to enjoy the simplest things in life, alongside world-class amenities. Each space will be designed around recharging, reflecting, connecting, and learning, with personalized service at every corner.