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To register for one of the following events, please go to call 443-997-7000. Event information is available in a printer-friendly flyer for your convenience.

Note:  Attend any LNYW walking tour, and you will receive an additional $1,000 toward the down payment/closing costs of a home in the A, B or C target areas. (Buyer must settle on or before June 30, 2015.)

Walking Tours

Join us on one of our walking tours. The walking tours will take you by the neighborhood “hot spots” and provide the opportunity to tour multiple homes.The homes will include those that are available for sale along with a few renovated or remodeled homes. 

New Oliver Community
Saturday, July 19
11 am - 2 pm

Patterson Park/Highlandtown
Thursday, September 25
6 - 8 pm

Thursday, August 21
6 – 8 pm

Waverly Village/Ednor Gardens
Thursday, October 9
6 – 8 pm

Central Baltimore
Saturday, September 13
10 - 12 pm

Thursday, October 16
5 – 8 pm

New Oliver Community

The Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work (LNYW) Program, in partnership with Come Home Baltimore, invites you to tour New Oliver. Visit our brand new model home with all the bells and whistles, meet neighborhood residents, and see how you can completely customize one of our amazing 2 or 3-story homes for less than $1,100/month. You’ll learn how to tap into our multiple sources of grant money for Hopkins employees. So, pop on over to our neighborhood for some really good food, great fun (excellent giveaways every half-hour), and fantastic homes. Preview us at and

Monument / McElderry / Fayette

The LNYW program, in partnership with the Monument McElderry Fayette Revitalization Plan Board of Governors, invites you to take a walking tour of the C.A.R.E. and McElderry Park communities. These communities just east of Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Bloomberg School of Public Health are seen as an emerging market in Baltimore City. C.A.R.E. and McElderry Park are family-oriented communities with tremendous assets like affordable 2 and 3 story row homes; five community gardens with additional green spaces;  options for schools, daycare and afterschool programming; and active community associations. The area provides close proximity to Patterson Park, Highlandtown Farmer’s Market, libraries, Butchers Hill, Canton, and Fells Point, along with easy access to Routes 40, 95, 695 and 83. Participants will have the opportunity to tour a diverse pool of homes, learn more about both communities, and hear about the list of housing incentives available to pair with the LNYW program. You will be guided by community leaders who are a mix of both old and new residents along the way as you learn about the ongoing revitalization that is taking place in C.A.R.E. and McElderry Park.

Please meet at McElderry & Washington and wear comfortable shoes!

Central Baltimore

Come explore the diverse and varied communities of Central Baltimore and see our large, affordable houses, ample backyards and parking, spacious parks and playgrounds, beautiful schools and learning spaces, and local shopping, restaurants and businesses. Central Baltimore is a collection of neighborhoods surrounding the JHU Homewood, Eastern, and Peabody campuses which includes: Abell, Barclay, Charles North, Charles Village, Greenmount West, Harwood, Oakenshawe, Old Goucher, Remington, and Wyman Park. This is a collaborative effort of Johns Hopkins University, Greater Homewood Community Corporation, Jubilee Baltimore, and Central Baltimore Partnership.

Patterson Park/Highlandtown

The Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work Program, in partnership with the Southeast Community Development Corporation, invites you to tour the Highlandtown and Patterson Park neighborhoods. Get your personal look at these vibrant communities which are walkable to the best urban amenities, including Patterson Park, a prized green oasis. Visit featured homes for sale, meet local residents, and taste Highlandtown's award-winning ethnic cuisine. You’ll learn how to qualify for low-interest Healthy Neighborhoods loans, as well as other great home buying incentives, including Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work grants.  

Waverly Village/Ednor Gardens

Enjoy North Baltimore’s fall color as you walk/ride around and visit. See spacious homes with ample lawns and parking, Waverly School--Baltimore’s newest public school, large parks, playgrounds, and recreation for all ages. A bustling community business district is just a short walk away. We’ll end the tour with light refreshments provided by local restaurants.

START + END: Waverly School, 3400 Ellerslie Avenue, Baltimore, MD

Bayview and Greektown

The Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work Program, in partnership with the South-east Community Development Corporation, invites you to tour homes for sale in the Bayview and Greektown neighborhoods. We'll begin in Bayview, a quiet family-friendly neighborhood nestled next to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center's sprawling green campus. Then, we’ll escort you to Greektown, a culturally significant neighborhood with a great community school. Visit featured homes for sale, meet local residents, and enjoy authentic Greek cuisine! During the tour, you’ll learn how to qualify for low-interest Healthy Neighborhoods loans as well as other great home buying incentives, including JH Live Near Your Work grants.