Greenmount & Chase, a partnership between ReBUILD and Ingerman, is now accepting rental applications for its 60 affordable 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments. The community features a variety of spacious floorplans, has a number of community features and amenities, and is located within a mile of Baltimore Penn Station, Mid-Town, and Johns Hopkins
On Wednesday, October 7 at 1:00pm, ReBUILD Metro will be leading a panel discussion with community members and representatives on our community-driven redevelopment effort in Johnston Square, our vision of stabilizing East Baltimore, and what this work means for the City of Baltimore. The event is part of Community Development Week and is
With the support of our Together ReBUILDing Stewardship Committee, we are pleased to share that we have fully funded our Johnston Square Revitalization Fund at $5 million. This capital, all pooled from Baltimore-based impact investors, will empower us to leverage over $50 million in project investments to support our transformation of Johnston Square.
ReBUILD and BUILD continue to work together and with partners to provide regular deliveries of groceries and supplies to hundreds of East Baltimore families who are at risk of health problems and food insecurity as a result of the COVID pandemic. This week, BUILD was able to add another 100 families to its
Last week, BUILD made its first weekly grocery deliveries to 550 at-risk families in East Baltimore, including 110 families in homes built by ReBUILD Metro. Then this week, ReBUILD distributed care packages with masks, hand sanitizer, and information and resources to all 350 of its East Baltimore homes, the first of several distributions
Today, the Baltimore Planning Commission approved the Johnston Square Vision Plan, affirming a community vision for Johnston Square’s future that involved over a year of planning and analysis and included input from over 100 residents and stakeholders. The Vision Plan will serve as a guide for over $140 million in investments in Johnston
On February 4, Mayor Jack Young and other Baltimore leaders gathered to celebrate a major step in Johnston Square’s transformation by clearing the final abandoned buildings from an 8-acre expanse of vacant land in Johnston Square’s west end. This demolition sets the stage for Johnston Square Partners to convert of the site into