- Standard View
The oldest building at the Mt. Washington Mill complex, is the stone mill dating to 1811 and is the third oldest water powered cotton mill in the U.S.
This section of the refurbished/alternate use mill is occupied by Starbucks Coffee and Mt. Washington Wine Co.
The chic Holly G boutique is nestled in the Mount Washington Mill between Starbucks and Whole Foods. Known for carrying trendy women's clothing, the boutique also sells a variety of contemporary sundries, including wrapping paper, ornaments, lotions and candles. Yelp has reported the store closed and the website is parked on GODaddy.com for purchase. Notice the large water inlet arch in photo.
A front view of the last photo of the former Holly G Boutique.
Former Holly G Boutique in forground looking down the length of the original 1811 stone cotton mill.
A newer brick structure in the Mt Washington Mill complex, now occupied by Whole Foods.
Over the years, Mt. Washington Mill grew and more buildings were constructed.
It became part of a chain of mills in the Jones Falls Valley owned by William E. Hooper and Sons, the leading manufacturer of Cotton Sail Cloth in the country.
In 1923 it was converted into the Maryland Bolt and Nut Co., and operated until 1989.
For comfy, stylish, and quality furniture, check out the selection at Gore Dean in Baltimore at the Mt. Washington Mill Complex.
Photo of hoist apparatus on the old section of the1811 cotton mill.
The bell atop the oldest part of the mill above the dormer hoist.
Another view of the proximity of above photos.
In 1988, Himmelrich Associates bought the property and began renovating it to offices and shops. It was restored in 1990 as Fresh Field Shopping Complex.
A photo, possibly from prior to the mills conversion to the Maryland Bolt and Nut Co. in 1923.
GPS: 39° 22.11' N 76° 38.96' W ele 194'/59 meters Baltimore West Quadrangle