Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tag Archives: historic preservation

Study: Old, small buildings are better for cities

Historic Preservation Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods with a mix of older, smaller buildings make for more vibrant, walkable communities with more businesses, nightlife and culture than massive new buildings, according to a new study by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Read More »

Historic Hendler Creamery gets OK for apartments (access required)

Hendler Creamery

A historic red-brick structure in East Baltimore that once housed the country’s first fully automated ice cream factory will soon be converted to 250 market-rate apartments, a city historic review panel voted Tuesday.

Read More »

Opinions – 9/26/11: Maryland Court of Special Appeals (access required)

Administrative Law Historic preservation BOTTOM LINE: Where homeowner obtained permission from city historic preservation commission to replace his front porch with wood columns, commission’s decision denying his application for after-the-fact certificate of approval of fiberglass columns was not premised on ...

Read More »