What is Baltimore Heritage?
Founded in 1960, Baltimore Heritage, Inc. is Baltimore’s nonprofit historic and architectural preservation organization. With two staff members, 33 volunteer board members, and a host of volunteers, we work to preserve and promote Baltimore’s historic buildings and neighborhoods.
Baltimore Heritage, Inc.
11 1/2 West Chase Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Our upcoming Baltimore Heritage tours will show you the bright future of a historic mill, and let you experience a hidden Baltimore treasure. Later this month, we’re stepping into the middle of construction on our tour of Whitehall Mill. This former textile mill is being reborn as a mixed-use complex of apartments, office space, a restaurant, and a market. … Read more
For the past two years, Baltimore Housing has worked to find developers for unique vacant properties through their Vacants to Value Surplus Sale. In 2015, Baltimore Housing listed 18 properties for development including historic school buildings, firehouses, and rowhouses located in neighborhoods across the city. Earlier this week, we learned that the city has issued awards for seven properties including the former Druid Health Center/Home … Read more
On January 12, the Baltimore Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP) voted unanimously to add the George W. King/Abraham Briscoe House at 1232 Druid Hill Avenue to the city’s historic potential landmark list. Baltimore Heritage worked closely with the Marble Hill Community Association to prepare the landmark nomination. CHAP clearly saw how important it is to save places tied … Read more
We need your help to find the past year’s best preservation projects. Are you…. a homeowner who just finished a big restoration project? Or you know a neighbor who has? a builder or architect who worked on a unique adaptive reuse project last year? a volunteer with a community group preserving and celebrating historic places in Baltimore? If you answered yes, then we want you to … Read more