Affordable Housing Uniting Baltimore Communities
Baltimore activists have been working towards creating safe, growing, united communities in Baltimore. They are aware of the hurdles we must face as a city together in order to build an even stronger city.
Southway is proud to have helped construct complexes such as Lillian Jones, Ellerslie, Restoration Gardens 2, City Arts 2, Remington Row and many more to house low in come families and artists in the area.
This effort has been described as a “new era of neighborhood investment” by Mayor Catherine Pugh, and is planned to unite all economic classes in the area.
Southway has assisted in these efforts through the rebuild of Greenmount West/Barclay, “where they’ve gone from 500 vacant buildings to 150, where the new design school anchors 718 new, affordable housing units, including City Arts I and II”.