NMTC has been an important tool over the years for our organization to provide jobs and affordable housing to under served communities. Most of our homeowners are African American so this is bridging the inequity gap so vital to healing our nation.
This program provides an opportunity to make a difference in low-income communities and for low income people and to move as all to a better more equitable place.
The project calls for salvaging and adaptively reusing the existing East Market Building, reopening Lexington Street for pedestrians, and building a new 63,000 sq. ft. market building on the south parking lot that is a modern interpretation of one of the original 1900s market sheds. The new design will include approximately 40-50 market merchants, many […]
The 1812 Ashland building is in Baltimore’s Eager Park neighborhood, near Johns Hopkins University’s East Baltimore campus. The six-story, $65.6 million laboratory and office building, located at 1812 Ashland Ave., broke ground less than two years ago. Over the next few months, it will become home to JHU’s FastForward 1812 innovation hub as well as […]
Rehabilitation of a former dance club into non-profit office space for 2 orgnaizations focused on youth education. Young Audiences of Maryland provides hands on learning and engagement through the arts. Code in Schools expands access to computer science for underserved youth.
In January 2019, CSP closed on $26MM redevelopment of the 86,000 square foot blighted complex (that includes 6 buildings) in East Baltimore’s Middle East neighborhood, which had been vacant since 1981 and was in a state of complete despair. Phase II NMTC request will support the following uses: Associated Builders and Contractors Construction Acadamy, Morgan […]
Finances the construction of a new 65,000-square-foot, three-story elementary school that will house two classes per grade level and a 520-student capacity. East Baltimore continues to be a census tract of communities that are marginalized. The new school is named in honor of Mother Mary Lange who founded St. Frances Academy in Baltimore in 1828 […]
Baltimore Food Hub is a food incubator hub in a severely distressed area of East Baltimore.
Paul’s Place Inc. is expanding its workforce development platform to create a social enterprise restaurant and culinary arts training program in Baltimore. The project will run a program with a goal of securing participants employment in the Baltimore hospitality industry. Local nonprofit Paul’s Place is launching a culinary arts training program that creates jobs and […]
The Lion Brothers Building is an available 37000 square foot commercial building in Southwest Baltimore – Lion Brothers anchors the Hollins Market neighborhood, an area in west Baltimore hard hit by blight and disinvestment and on the edge of the University of Maryland’s Bio Park.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore (RMH) is constructing a new 6-story, 60,000 square foot building in the Jonestown urban renewal area of Baltimore. RMH provides a home-away-from-home for families with seriously ill children, offering a safe place to stay during their child’s medical treatment. The new facility serves approximately 55 families daily and 2,200 […]
The acquisition and renovation of a 2-story, 50,000 sq. ft. building and three townhouses.
Remington Row is a 250,000 sq. ft. mixed-use, new construction project in the heart of the Remington neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland.
The adaptive reuse of a historic mill property along the Jones Fall stream into a mixed-use community of market-rate and affordable apartments, offices and retail space.
Each year, the city of Baltimore hires as many as 1,000 new teachers. Having capable and dedicated teachers to serve as educators, role models, and leaders is critical to the success of students. Finding affordable housing for these teachers is an increasing challenge in Baltimore. In 2007, Enterprise Community Investment, US Bank, SunTrust, and Teach […]
Renovation of a Former Masonic Temple
The 85,000 sf former lithograph printing complex will be restored and transformed into the Center for Neighborhood Innovation, convening workforce development programs, educational training, neighborhood revitalization advocates, and nonprofits committed to providing resources and jobs for under-resourced community residents.
Rehabilitation of three historic buildings
A new addiction treatment facility for a community where one in nine struggle with drugs and alcohol
As part of the redevelopment plan approved by the Baltimore City Council, East Baltimore Development Inc. (EBDI) has lead responsibility to manage the implementation of the revitalization of 88 acres in East Baltimore. The project consists of the development of new and rehabilitated housing, a life sciences and technology park, as well as retail space. […]