Baltimore City DHCD Fall 2020 Request for Proposals

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Invitation for Development Proposals

On behalf of the City of Baltimore, the Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) is seeking development proposals for city-owned land in various neighborhoods.  With the goal of leading transformative change, DHCD issued a comprehensive Framework for Community Development. The Framework brings into focus DHCD's overall strategy and plan and articulates key strategic approaches for launching a new era of neighborhood investment. The Framework identifies several Impact Investment areas throughout the city where focused community development work is being coordinated through the Mayor’s Neighborhood SubCabinet. One strategy that DHCD utilizes to spur change in neighborhoods is supporting large scale redevelopment in key locations. Informed by the work of the Mayor's Neighborhood SubCabinet, DHCD has identified several city-owned properties that are primed for redevelopment.  DHCD has received interest, via the DHCD Spring 2020 Expression of Interest (EOI) and is seeking formal proposals for the redevelopment of the city-owned properties listed below.

All submissions must be received electronically by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on  Wednesday, November 11. Learn more about the Fall 2020 RFP

Click here to access RFP Pre-Proposal Conference Questions and Answers and the Presentation from October 7, 2020

DHCD Fall 2020 RFP Properties

1313 Druid Hill Avenue
(Marble Hill)

1701 E. North Avenue
(Broadway East)

1313 Druid Hill Avenue Fall 2020 RFP 1701 E. North Avenue

4701 Yellowwood Avenue
(Coldspring Newtown)

5545 Kennison Avenue
(Grove Park)

4701 Yellowwood Ave.-Web Photo of 5545 Kennison Ave

 

606 S. Ann Street
(Fells Point)

Harlem Park Bundle
(Harlem Park)

Photo of 606 S. Ann Street Harlem Park Bundle