Baltimore – About 60 neighborhood residents, public officials and project partners gathered in the Barclay neighborhood to celebrate the latest phase of a transformative housing and revitalization initiative occurring there.
Phase 2 of Barclay/Midway/Old Goucher redevelopment consists of 69 affordable rental homes and a community center costing $17.8 million.
Acting Secretary Clarence Snuggs was a guest speaker for the community event and was joined by Housing Authority of Baltimore City Commissioner Paul Graziano as Master of Ceremonies.
The multi-million dollar redevelopment plan will transform the Barclay neighborhood by reclaiming older and/or vacant housing stock and creating safe and healthy housing opportunities and community and open spaces. Continue reading