City Arts Historic Townhomes, Baltimore, MD
In 2012, ReBuild Metro completed rehabilitation of 9 vacant rowhomes for rental occupancy in the 400 block of East Oliver Street in Baltimore’s Greenmount West neighborhood. The homes were part of ReBuild Metro’s $17 million investment in the larger City Arts development.
These historic homes represent the second phase of the City Arts development. They are energy-efficient, two-bedroom rental homes, which are already bringing new life to the neighborhood. The homes, which are part of the City of Baltimore Commission for Historical & Architectural Preservation program, feature stained glass front door transoms and distinctive iron flower boxes created by artisans. Private backyard patios incorporate pervious pavers to reduce stormwater run-off.
ReBuild Metro co-developed the first phase of City Arts with Homes for America and Jubilee Baltimore, to create the 69-unit City Arts Apartments building. The project redeveloped part of a vacant block into quality affordable housing designed to serve local artists in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
- UNITS: 9 Single-Family Townhomes, For Rent
- TYPE: Historic Rehabilitation
- COMPLETED: Spring 2012
- DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS: Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD)
Other Project Portfolios:
City Arts II Historic Rehabs
Seven single-family homes in Greenmount West, Baltimore.
City Arts Historic Townhomes
Rehabilitated block of historic rentals in Greenmount West, Baltimore.
City Arts New Townhomes
New modular homes in Greenmount West, Baltimore.
Oliver/Broadway East Scattered Site
A multi-phase initiative that reclaimed and rehabilitated over 150 vacant lots and properties in Oliver, Baltimore.
City Arts Apartments
Artist-oriented new affordable multifamily project in Greenmount West, Baltimore.