The building that sits on 21 E. North Ave is going through a $7 million conversion from a nightclub 30 years ago into a space to be used by two non profits, Young Audiences of Maryland and Code in the Schools. The Baltimore Sun recently had an article about the building. Check it out here… READ MORE
Located at the corner of Charles and Read Streets, the magnificent Latrobe building has had quite the history. Originally an apartment building, it has been converted to medical offices, then partially back to residences, then to offices for Baltimore non-profit organizations. We’re proud to be part of the team now converting the historic Latrobe building… READ MORE
Beth Am Synagogue was built in 1922 but founded as a synagogue in 1974 by Dr. Louis Kaplan. Since, it has served as a “house of the people” and is undergoing renovations, as well as gaining an 8,700 square foot addition.
Hebrew Orphan Asylum is a grandiose building. It has slowly deteriorated over the last 143 years. Finally, with the help of Baltimore Heritage, it is being renovated in a full gut-out. The new building will keep its original exterior with repairs made on the structure and foundation. Built in 1876, it began as a safe… READ MORE
Originally built in 1914 for Eastwick Motors, Baltimore’s first Ford dealership, the Motor House at 120 West North Avenue was transformed into a 25,000 sf arts hub that showcases Baltimore’s vibrant and diverse urban arts scene; provides quality facilities for artists, performers, curators, and nonprofit arts organizations; and attracts audiences and art patrons from across… READ MORE
The redevelopment of the Stavros Nicharos Foundation Parkway and two adjacent parcels to the east along Charles Street, will include a year-round film, digital-video, and live-music center for the Maryland Film Festival. This project anchors a prime corner of the Station North Arts District, at a critical juncture of Charles Street and North Avenue, also… READ MORE
The Film Center is a joint film program between Maryland Institute College of Art and Johns Hopkins University, a dream 10-years in the making. The 28,000 square foot space encompasses the entire second floor of the historic Centre Theatre at 10 East North Avenue, which has been redeveloped into a mixed-use commercial space and a… READ MORE
The historic Centre Theatre at 10 E. North Avenue has been redeveloped into a mixed-use commercial space. A key addition to the Station North Arts & Entertainment district, the flexible building design accommodates a variety of tenants, including the Maryland Institute College of Art and Johns Hopkins University. Programming for the 73,000-square foot, building includes… READ MORE