To register for one of the following events, please go to https://hrnt.jhu.edu/service/fasapregistration/or call 443-997-7000.
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.
East Baltimore Station East
East Baltimore Oliver Community
Join Ian Reynolds, director of WorkLife and Community Programs, to learn how you might qualify for grants and incentives. The Station East development partnership invites you to tour a furnished model home and see other houses being fully renovated for Hopkins employees. Over 30 houses qualify for the $36,000 LNYW grant, $10,000 Vacants to Value funding and the Maryland Historic Trusts' frozen property taxes of about $50/month. Qualified applicants can buy a Station East home for about $2,000 cash with monthly payments below $1,000. Some completed houses are available for this summer. Walk over to the model at 914 N. Montford after work for more information, some refreshments and a chance to win a $50 door prize. The lender will be present to answer financing questions. See a photo gallery at www.stationeasthomes.com.
Join Sandy Jenkins, coordinator for the Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work program, to learn how you might qualify for a $23,000 LNYW grant. This tour will focus on the Central Baltimore neighborhoods that will benefit from Homewood Community Partners Initiative (HCPI): Abell, Barclay, Charles North, Charles Village, Greenmount West, Harwood, Oakenshawe, Old Goucher, Remington, Wyman Park and Waverly Main Street. HCPI is an exciting effort led by JHU to revitalize the neighborhoods around the Homewood campus, including the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Penn Station is in the heart of Central Baltimore allowing easy access to local, regional, and national travel.
The tour will start and end at Price Modern, 2604 Sisson St, Baltimore, MD 21211. There is a parking lot and plenty of street parking. A resource fair and a light dinner will take place at the end of the tour.
Join Sandy Jenkins, coordinator for the Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work program, to learn how you might qualify for a $36,000 LNYW grant. Highlighted neighborhoods include: Oliver, Hopkins redevelopment footprint (Catchment area), Eager Park, Broadway East, Eager Park West, Residences at Washington Place, Homes on Broadway, East Baltimore Homeownership Center.