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.
Salvaging and adaptively reusing the existing East Market Building, reopening Lexington Street for pedestrians, and building a new 63,000 square foot market building on the south parking lot that is a modern interpretation of one of the original 1900s market sheds.
The 1812 Ashland building is in Baltimore’s Eager Park neighborhood, near Johns Hopkins University’s East Baltimore campus.
Rehabilitation of a former dance club into nonprofit office space for 2 organizations focused on youth education.
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.