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16 Historic Maryland Buildings To Be Revitalized

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200-210 North Charles Street, Baltimore City

(Baltimore, MD) -- Over a dozen historic buildings in Maryland will be revitalized.

Governor Larry Hogan says $19 million in tax credits will go toward 16 projects.

“The Historic Revitalization Tax Credit awards will breathe new life into our communities and towns,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “These awards will allow for refurbishments to revitalize sites in local communities across the state and serve as an effective investment tool for strengthening Maryland’s local economies and redevelopment across Maryland.”

They include Heinz's Riverside Abattoir, the Fidelity Building, the Ford Building, the Markley Building and Upton Mansion in Baltimore City.

The 16 projects that were selected met a set of criteria outlined by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior for Historic Building Rehabilitations.

  • The McMullen Building – 138 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Allegany County
  • Heinz’s Riverside Abattoir – 1900 Light Street, Baltimore City
  • The Fidelity Building – 200-210 North Charles Street, Baltimore City
  • The Ford Building – 1420 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore City
  • The Markley Building – 4511 Harford Road, Baltimore City
  • Upton Mansion – 811 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore City
  • Glen Arm Station – 5205 Glen Arm Road, Glen Arm, Baltimore County
  • Groff’s Mill – 10601 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, Baltimore County
  • Long Green Farm Barn – 12820 Long Green Pike, Hydes, Baltimore County
  • Plinlimmon Farm – 9401 Lyons Mill Road, Owings Mills, Baltimore County
  • F. W. Woolworth Company Building – 420-422 Race Street, Cambridge, Dorchester County
  • Prospect Hall – 889 Butterfly Lane, Frederick, Frederick County
  • 11 North Main Street – Berlin, Worcester County
  • 15-19 North Main Street – Berlin, Worcester County
  • Pocomoke Firehouse – 5 Fifth Street, Pocomoke, Worcester County
  • Powell Building – 7 North Main Street, Berlin, Worcester County