The historic building at 21 E. North Avenue in Baltimore has been successfully transformed from a former nightclub into a vibrant hub for the non-profit organizations Young Audiences of Maryland and Code in the Schools. This 116-year-old Tudor-style landmark, with a rich history as a car showroom, dance academy, and Odell’s nightclub, now stands as a rejuvenated cornerstone of the North Avenue corridor. The project revitalized the building, preserving its unique architectural features. This completed project is part of a broader revitalization effort in the area and now serves as a youth arts center and a center for quality computer science education, marking a new chapter for a building deeply ingrained in Baltimore’s history.
The Baltimore Sun has an article about the building. Check it out here at The Baltimore Sun.
The Baltimore Business Journal has an article about the building as well. Check it out here at Baltimore Business Journal.