1710 Thames Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
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|The building that houses The Waterfront Hotel was built as a private residence in 1771. It is the second oldest brick building in the city of Baltimore. Converted into a hotel and tavern in 1861, it was most likely used to house troops during the civil war. After the war, it became a welcome place of rest for weary sailors. It remained a hotel until 1955, when it was converted into a restaurant.