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The Brewers Hill Historic District could be added to the National Registry of Historic Places, a designation that provides tax incentives for property owners as well as a limited amount of federal protection. Near the intersection of Hudson and Fagley streets, a screen painting of the Natty Boh logo looks out on the street a block over from the former National Brewery. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
The Brewers Hill Historic District could be added to the National Registry of Historic Places, a designation that provides tax incentives for property owners as well as a limited amount of federal protection. Near the intersection of Hudson and Fagley streets, a screen painting of the Natty Boh logo looks out on the street a block over from the former National Brewery. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Brewers Hill aims for national historic designation

Beer barons are gone, but East Side neighborhood growing

Baltimore’s Brewers Hill neighborhood may soon be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, giving owners of income-producing property access to tax credits for significant improvements to historic structures.

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