life along the scenic route

Overlooking the Jones Falls, Mill No. 1 is a serene escape from its Baltimore City surroundings.

At Home
on the Falls

Hidden tree-top views and an infinity pool are just the start. Discover why our residences fly under the radar—and why we like it that way.

City Offices without the Commotion

Stay inspired with ample natural light, flexible layouts, easy commutes, and access to world-class amenities.


Baltimore’s best taste of Sicily. Featuring fresh seafood, wood-fired pizzas, and bright dishes with a splash of citrus.

Time to Celebrate

It’s time to gather again. Now booking dates for weddings, company dinners, family reunions, and any other reason you can think of to celebrate!


The Jones
Falls Mills

Today’s Jones Falls Mills were originally known as the Mt. Vernon Mill. They were built between 1845 and 1918 by the Mount Vernon Company to keep up with demand for their popular and reliable cotton duck fabric.

The complex and company grew as requests rolled in for cotton duck sails, uniforms, tents, and army parachutes. In fact, the Mount Vernon Company was the world’s largest producer of cotton duck fabric in world by the second half of the 19th century.

Today, the collection of buildings is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Life Lately at Mill No.1

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ABC Baltimore: Award of Excellence Green Project, 2014

Baltimore Heritage: Historic Preservation Award, 2014

AIA Maryland: Excellence in Design, 2014

Urban Land Institute: WaveMaker Award, 2014

Preservation’s Best – National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week, 2014

Delta Associates Awards for Excellence: Best Adaptive Reuse, 2013

City Paper: Best of Baltimore – Best Development, 2013