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House of Ruth purchases Charles Village property

Domestic violence center House of Ruth Maryland purchased a second property at 2521 N. Charles St. in Baltimore’s Charles Village neighborhood.

The two-story 16,000-square-foot building is formerly the site of the Baltimore Healthy Start program. The new building will be home to House of Ruth’s Training Institute, Gateway Project and will accept donations for the organization’s thrift shop.

“As we approach our 40th anniversary this summer, we felt it was important to continue growing our platform in a way that would allow us to better serve the community and those in need. This new location provides not only the structural needs for additional programs, but also the expanded visibility that will help us achieve our vision that one day, every woman in Maryland will be safe in her own home,” Sandi Timmins, executive director of House of Ruth Maryland.

Karen S. Deeley, senior vice president at MacKenzie, represented the House of Ruth in the Transaction.

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