The Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) is seeking RFPs for the former Mayfair Theatre & 300 W. Franklin. The RFP is due March 6, 2017. Any additional questions regarding the RFP should be directed to the Baltimore Development Corporation at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »
Join us for an architectural salvage sale at Mill No. 1. The salvage comes from Terra Nova Ventures' renovation of the historic nineteenth-century textile mill. Salvage for sale includes historic windows, shutters, millwork, doors, benches, sinks, hardware, and ventilation parts.Find out more »
From industrial waterfront to the city’s center of tourism and festivities, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has seen remarkable transformations. This people’s history tour of the waterfront will include a discussion of past controversies and present challenges. Secret loading docks, coded brick patterns, environmental engineering, and forgotten monuments all reveal Baltimore’s hidden truths. Our guide, public artist and preservationist Graham Coreil-Allen, is known for including a few playful, participatory activities designed to highlight aspects of the harbor’s history and current use. Be prepared to learn a lot and have a little fun on this walking tour!Find out more »
The goal of the AAHPP is to identify and preserve buildings, communities, and sites of historical and cultural importance to the African American experience in Maryland. This competitive program, offered once per year, is supported through an annual appropriation from the Maryland General Assembly, and is administered as a joint partnership of the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture and the Maryland Historical Trust.Find out more »
Please join Museum Board President, Michael Mellett as he leads a tour from the original 1851 Mount Clare Station, ( parking lot of B & O Museum ) and location of the original Mt Clare Shops, the workplace of the immigrant Irish, and explore a neighborhood where our ancestors lived, worked, shopped, worshipped and socialized for well over a century. Many original buildings and historical sites remain. Our tour will include our Museum, once home to James and Sarah Feeley:…Find out more »
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