Baltimore Housing announced that award offers have been made to GREENmount West Homes, LLC and Baltimore Montessori, Inc. to rehabilitate a total of 18 properties and vacant lots in the Greenmount West community.
The 18 properties to be redeveloped are a part Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Vacants to Value Initiative. GREENmount West Homes, LLC will rehabilitate eleven vacant properties and develop one vacant lot on the 300 block of E. Lanvale Street. Baltimore Montessori, Inc. will develop the six vacant lots at the corner of Guilford Avenue and E. Lanvale Street.
“We look forward to the work these companies will complete to transform this amazing community,” said Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano. “Both GREENmount West Homes LLC and Baltimore Montessori, Inc are truly invested in this neighborhood and its success.”
The Division of Land Resources for Baltimore Housing solicited innovative and creative proposals for developers to construct and/or rehab vacant property owned by the City of Baltimore in the 300 block of E. Lanvale Street and the 1600 block of Guilford. The project site is located in the Station North Arts District and is in close proximity to Penn Station and the Charles Street business district.
Developers interested in finding available Vacants to Value properties or want to view current RFPs, visit their website here or call the Office of Land Resources at (410) 396-4111.