SS John W Brown Liberty Ship Fairfield Shipyard Relocation

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In late 2019, Project Liberty Ship Inc., owner and operator of the World War II museum ship SS JOHN W. BROWN, and Maritime Applied Physics Corp. (MAPC) announced an $18 million plan to revitalize a portion of the former Bethlehem … Continued

Baltimore Heritage Historic Preservation Grant 2020

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The Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) recently announced FY 2020 Historic Preservation Non-Capital Grant Program recipients. Among the 2020 grants is a project in Baltimore: Baltimore Heritage, Inc. – City of Baltimore ($21,200 grant awarded) This project involves conducting a survey … Continued

Chesapeake Bay Bridge Construction Update – January 2020

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The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) has announced an aggressive construction timeline that will allow full-time all-electronic (cashless) tolling to be in place at the Bay Bridge by the summer of 2020. In January, 2020, motorists will see demolition of some … Continued

Rash Field Park Construction Phase I

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In January, a ceremonial groundbreaking on Phase I of the future Rash Field Park was held in Baltimore. The on-site event included the Waterfront Partnership, joined by Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, officials from the City of Baltimore, Maryland State … Continued

Lexington Market Revitalization

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Baltimore’s historic Lexington Market will receive a $3 million bridge loan through the Department of Housing and Community Development’s Neighborhood BusinessWorks program. The loan will support three months of construction work for the estimated $38.5 million redevelopment project. The Neighborhood … Continued