Recent News

Historic Upton Mansion to Serve as New Home of The AFRO American Newspaper

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young recently revealed that DHCD selected the Afro Charities, Inc. development team to revive the city-owned property. The project team ― comprised of Afro American Newspapers, Inc., The Afro Charities, Inc., Hodges Development LLC, Sulton Campbell, Britt and Associates, and Commercial Construction ― is investing an estimated $7 million to revitalize the property.

Redevelopment of PS 103 Announced

DHCD has selected a development team for the revitalization of the historic Henry Highland Garnet school (PS 103) at 1315 Division Street in the Upton neighborhood.  After engaging an RFP process a

City Shops Developer Interest in Six Surplus School Buildings

The Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development has issued a call for expressions of interest to develop six city-owned surplus school buildings.  The properties cover more than 60 acres of city-owned land and are part of the City’s 21st Century Schools Initiative in which Baltimore City Schools are required to surplus multiple school buildings over the next 10 years.

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Mar
12

Consolidated Action Plan Discussion Session

DHCD Consolidated Action Plan Discussion Session
6:00pm to 7:30pm