1200 N. Fremont Avenue
This property, located in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood, is the former Pinderhughes Elementary School and was later used as an emergency homeless shelter. Constructed in 1973, the two-level property features an estimated 37,375 square feet and sits on approximately 3.6 acres. .The site is adjacent to the Baltimore Nehemiah Project, a 300-plus affordable townhomes, completed between 1992 and 2005. It is still 76-percent homeowner occupied. Additionally, the site is near the Upton Metro Station and Pennsylvania Avenue Public Market. Upton Metro Station is part of the Baltimore Metro Subway system that operates from the Owings Mills shopping complex in Baltimore County through the heart of Downtown Baltimore's business, shopping, and sightseeing districts. The Pennsylvania Avenue Public Market, renovated in 2012, serves as one of the shopping hubs for the Pennsylvania Avenue corridor. In 2019, the State of Maryland designated the Pennsylvania Avenue corridor as the first and only Black Arts and Entertainment District, heralding a renaissance of black arts and black-owned businesses in the area.
The Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood is in the Historic Old West Baltimore Neighborhood. Currently, the neighborhood is revising its community master plan to strengthen and energize development activity in the area. Learn more.
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