Tour of Union Mill –SOLD OUT!
November 5th, 2011 at 10:00am
$10 for Members, $15 for Non-members
1500 Union Avenue | Baltimore MD, 21211
Please join us for a look at the newly restored Union Mill. You’ve been admiring it’s transformation every time you drive down the JFX, now come and get a close up look at it’s conversion from industrial to residential.
Erected in 1866, Union Mill was once the largest producer of cotton duck in the world, and represents a significant era in Baltimore’s industrial history. After decades of reincarnations and neglect, the beautiful Italianate style building has been historically redeveloped under the latest green design and building methods. Transformed into elegant, affordable living and commercial space, this innovative project provides a vibrant, supportive environment where our educators and nonprofits can collaborate and thrive.
Evan Morville of Seawall Development will lead us on this tour of the newly opened residences and about-to-open 25,000 square feet of commercial spaces geared towards the non-profit community .
Park in the lot off of Union Avenue – follow the signs for the “Residence”.