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Transit Placemaking

Location: intersection of Baltimore Street and Highland Avenue; bus stop at Fayette Street and Linwood Avenue; bus stop adjacent to Northeast Market at Chester and Monument Streets Status: Funds awarded With $150,000 of funding from the Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative, a program of the State Department of Housing and Community Development, the Southeast CDC will transform … Continue reading Transit Placemaking

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Donate to the Southeast CDC!

Make your end-of-year gift to the Southeast CDC! Click here! Southeast Baltimore is becoming a thriving 21st century community. Young families, immigrants from around the world and creative professionals are choosing to live, work and invest in Southeast Baltimore.  The Southeast CDC has been at the forefront of this change. The organization’s community revitalization programs … Continue reading Donate to the Southeast CDC!

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Tree update: From a Cement Sea to an Ocean of Green

The Southeast CDC., in partnership with other organizations like Parks & People Foundation and Blue Water Baltimore, has been at the forefront of a sustained push to add trees to the landscape, most recently with the help of a $75,000 grant from Chesapeake Bay Trust to plant 350-plus trees in the Greater Highlandtown neighborhood.

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