Marshall Gardens is a transformative housing project in the Upton neighborhood of West Baltimore that spans three city blocks and covers 3.06 acres. The development introduces a mix of 55 townhouses and 27 apartments, along with the rehabilitation of five historic rowhouses. A new, L-shaped three-story apartment building has been erected at the corner of Wilson and Division streets, offering a diverse range of one- to four-bedroom units as well as a 1,700-square-foot community space and a small office for property staff. Nearby, 55 new townhouses with two to four bedrooms have been constructed. The project aims to meet the housing needs of very low-income families, earning up to 40 percent of the area’s median income, as well as workforce housing. It is financed through a blend of HUD financing, low-income housing tax credits, Rental Housing Funds, and Project C.O.R.E. funds from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development.