Request for Proposals: Development Opportunities in Upton, Coldspring and Waverly
July 23, 2019
Note: The deadline for all four RFPs has been extended from Thursday, June 20 to Tuesday, July 23, 2019.
The Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) issued its Spring Requests for Proposals (RFPs) this week offering key sites for future development in the neighborhoods of Upton, Coldspring and Waverly.
The multiple RFPs are seeking redevelopment plans for the following sites:
4701 Yellowwood Road (14,924 square feet of developable space on 3.69 acres of land) – formerly the Mercantile Building and previously used by the Waldorf High School, this site is in the Coldspring neighborhood and is nearly four acres of greenspace, including a pool, tennis courts and parking.
1315 Division Street (14,000 square feet of developable space on a lot of more than 30,000 square feet) – formerly the Henry Highland Garnet School (PS 103), this site is in the Upton neighborhood in the Old West Baltimore National Register Historic District and is a Baltimore City Landmark. Many prominent African American’s attended the school, including U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Thurgood Marshall.
811 W. Lanvale Street (10,000 square feet of developable space on lot size of more than 35,000 square feet) – formerly the Upton Mansion, this historic treasure in the Upton neighborhood has an amazing view of downtown and encompasses 43,680 square feet. Registered as a local landmark and located within the Old West Baltimore National Register Historic District.
707 E. 34th Street (40,000 Square feet of developable space on almost one acre of land) – Located in the Waverly neighborhood, this site is available for development because of the new Waverly Elementary-Middle School opening in 2014.