Baltimore City

Report of the Special Commission to Review Baltimore’s Public Confederate Monuments Released

Excerpt from a City of Baltimore press release: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the release of a report on the findings of Baltimore City-owned public Confederate Monuments that lays the groundwork to address the recommendations for their future in the City. The report can be found on the Mayor's website, here. Visit the Commission’s website to [...]

By | September 14th, 2016|Baltimore City, Good News, Landmarks & Designations, Legal Issues, Survey & Documentation|Comments Off on Report of the Special Commission to Review Baltimore’s Public Confederate Monuments Released

In the news: Federal Hill debates whether to become historic district

Excerpt from Baltimore Brew: In 2013, the Federal Hill Neighborhood Association asked Baltimore’s preservation commission to explore the idea of designating Federal Hill a local historic district. Three years later, the commission is responding to the community’s request, but some property owners are questioning whether they want the designation after all. The debate is expected to [...]

By | February 19th, 2016|Baltimore City, Good News, Landmarks & Designations|Comments Off on In the news: Federal Hill debates whether to become historic district

In the news: Baltimore CHAP approves H&S Bakery warehouse expansion

Excerpt from the Baltimore Business Journal: H&S Bakery has received initial approval from the city's historic preservation panel to expand its Fells Point production-and-distribution facility. The expansion would add nearly 25,000 square feet to the current warehouse on South Caroline Street, bringing total square footage up to 62,000 square feet. An historic, industrial building at [...]

By | October 27th, 2015|Baltimore City, Design Review & Guidelines, Industrial, New Construction, Property Types|Comments Off on In the news: Baltimore CHAP approves H&S Bakery warehouse expansion