Film Industry Support at Chase Court in Baltimore

Chase Court is an experienced film industry support facility in the historic Midtown-Belvedere neighborhood of Baltimore, adjacent to Mount Vernon and downtown. We are an excellent location for cast and crew meals and holding, make-up and wardrobe, and filming.

LR-2975The Ballroom can feed up to 175 cast and crew (which it did during the shooting of Something The Lord Made in January, 2004. Shown here, VEEP, 2013.)

Credits: VEEP, 2013; My One and Only, 2008; The Wire, 2004; Something The Lord Made, 2004; The Wire, 2003.

Location Address: 1112 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Chase Court is at the corner of Saint Paul and Chase Streets in historic Midtown-Belvedere, adjacent to Mount Vernon, three blocks north of the Washington Monument. Exit and entrance ramps to I-83 North & South are all within four blocks.
• 4 blocks from I-83
• 12 blocks from the Inner Harbor
• 15 minutes from BWI Airport

Easy directions to Chase Court.

Overall Description: An 1879 Gothic former Episcopal parish house constructed of stone with arched and diamond-leaded glass windows, delightfully intricate historic woodwork, and soaring ceilings.

Quick Tour of Chase Court

Interior First Level:

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• 50′ x 31′ (1,600 square foot) gothic ballroom with a 15′ ceiling.

 

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• 21’ x 18′ (378 square feet) library.

Interior Second Level:
Living quarters defined by incredible contemporary architecture successfully combined with magnificent large gothic leaded and stained windows, all under a 35′ peaked cathedral ceiling. Two lofts.

Garden:
Two stunning gated gardens.

Chase Court is fully air conditioned, with modern utilities.

Additional photographs available from the Maryland Film Office.


 

LR-2878Catering service on Chase Street in front of our gates. The sidewalk here is more than 20 feet deep, with plenty of space for an Easy-Up canopy and cook stations, salad bar, etc. without impeding the normal flow of traffic. 

LR-2839HBO’s The Wire filmed part of Episode #305, “Straight and True” in the Chase Court ballroom on July 7, 2004. Our gothic ballroom was transformed into a Catholic school for a scene with Homicide Detective Jimmy McNulty (Dominic West). (used with permission)


Parking is simple and easy:
• Parking Garage on Charles Street (1 block from Chase Court)
• Chase Street Lot (1/2 block from Chase Court)
• Street parking on St. Paul Street, Chase Street, Biddle, Charles, and other adjacent streets.
• Eager Street Lot (2 blocks from Chase Court)

Food, Drink, & Lodging:
There are many outstanding Restaurants & Hotels  within easy walking distance, including The Brewer’s Art, the Helmand, City Cafe, Magdalena, Minato, and The Prime Rib.


Chase Court is an excellent location for cast and crew meals and holding, make-up and wardrobe, and filming.

Call us at (410) 727-1112 to arrange a visit!

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