The Baltimore Arms, used to be a drinking destination for Tiger Bay residents, but in the 1990’s following the Cardiff Bay Redevelopment scheme, the landscape of Cardiff Bay had a dramatic makeover. With the introduction of the Cardiff Bay Barrage, one of the largest water regeneration projects in Europe, it was only natural that the area would adapt to these changes. Once the ‘Coal Capital’ of the world, Cardiff Bay quickly changed to an inviting area, with restaurants, shops and offices. As Cardiff Bay became a more desirable place, there became a need for residential development in the Bay. Large developments such as Century Wharf, Celestia, The Waterquarter and Lloyd George Avenue resulted in a high demand for property in the area. As the apartments were purchased and tenants moved in, Keylet needed a home in the area in order to accommodate and manage their Cardiff Bay Portfolio.
Refurbishment commenced in 2006 resulting in three floors of offices. The first floor is a self-contained office let by a local business, with the ground floor becoming a shop premises for Keylet Sales & Lettings. The shop floor consists of a lettings, sales and property management department which solely deal with Cardiff Bay properties. The lower ground floor occupied by the Head Office for Keylet Sales and Lettings where the accounts and administration team are housed. There is also a Boardroom for private company meetings, complete with a presentation system.