Fairfield

Fairfield

Throughout its history, Fairfield blended qualities of both urban and rural space. The residential neighborhood developed in the 1880s with houses built by mostly European immigrants who labored in the area’s rich soil and later worked in the burgeoning industries on...
Wagner’s Point

Wagner’s Point

Wagner’s Point was a company town built by Martin Wagner for the employees in his oyster and fruit packing plant. In 1883, Wagner relocated his canning plant from East Baltimore to the industrial peninsula of Baybrook (also referred to as the Fairfield peninsula or...
Masonville

Masonville

Date Founded: 01/01/1882 Masonville, essentially a small railroad town, developed after 1882 when the B&O came to town. James D. Mason, the namesake of the neighborhood, was a prominent Baltimore businessman. He owned a successful cake and cracker business...