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Michael Braverman, DHCD Commissioner Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young
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Old East Baltimore Historic District: St. Pauls Catholic Church & School(1929)

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Old East Baltimore Historic District: Aumiler, N. Industrial Building (1920)

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Old East Baltimore Historic District: St. Frances Academy (2012)

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Coldstream Homestead Montebello: Engine Company No. 33 (2012)

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Coldstream Homestead Montebello: Rowhouses (2012)

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Park Heights: Reisterstown Road (2012)

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Park Heights: Rowhouses (2012)

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Park Heights: School (2012)

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Old East Baltimore Timeline

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Park Heights Timeline

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Millers Court Project (2012)

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Fells Point Station Housing Project (2014)

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The Linden House, historically known as the Gertrude Stein House - (2014)

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Lillian Jones Apartments Lobby History Panels (2013)

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Reflecting on Our Past, Preparing Our Future

Historic Preservation is a consideration for State and Federally funded projects. This is Baltimore Housings webpage dedicated to sharing with the public history and preservation related to Baltimore Housing projects.

For the history of public housing under the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC), please see our 75th Anniversary page.

Historic Preservation Timeline and Awards

For more information on Historic Preservation at Baltimore Housing, contact the Historic Preservation Officer at 443-984-1871. The Historic Preservation Officer also maintains the public interpretation and other documents that were produced as a result of compliance.

Relevant Links

Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP)

Maryland Historical Trust

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation