Mayor Rawlings Blake and Baltimore Housing are taking a new approach to address the blight that decades of property abandonment and disinvestment has caused to Baltimore's neighborhoods and its residents.
The Land Resources Division is committed to streamlining the disposition process, creatively marketing city-owned properties available (links to the full text list of properties for sale) for redevelopment and reuse, and assisting those buying properties to return them to productive use.
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Reservoir HillDiamond in the rough. Beautiful city-owned Victorian in the Historic Reservoir Hill neighborhood. In search of owner to rehabilitate and enjoy the wonderful character.
Marble HillProud high Victorian across from Historic Union Baptist Church. High ceilings that offer spacious rooms.
RosemontLovely late two-story Victorian with column front porch. Located in the Rosemont community. In need of restoration.
Ednor Gardens / LakesideCounty living in the City. Quiet. Quaint. Cottage-esque home.
Greenmount WestTwo-story, bayfront in one of Baltimore's arts & entertainment districts. Within walking distance of Baltimore's Montessori charter school.