Jubilee Baltimore's Project Wins "Best In Baltimore" Award
Jubilee Baltimore's project, The Centre, won the "Best Rebirth" according to Baltimore Magazine's Best of Baltimore Awards 2015.
Jubilee Welcomes The Impact Hub to The Centre
Jubilee Baltimore is pleased to announce that the Impact Hub Baltimore will be moving to The Centre in Station North.
Where Cinema and Station North Converge
With construction on The Centre almost complete, our project will soon become the home for the joint film programs of Johns Hopkins University and Maryland Institute College of Art.
After the riots, Baltimore’s best shot at redemption may be its arts community
Read Frances Sellers' recent article about Station North in The Washington Post, "After the riots, Baltimore’s best shot at redemption may be its arts community".
The Centre Will Soon Become Home to Sparkypants
Jubilee Baltimore is pleased to announce that Sparkypants, a computer gaming company, will soon move to The Centre.
Construction Begins on The Centre
Construction is now underway on The Centre in Station North. Once the largest vacant building in Baltimore’s Station North Arts & Entertainment District, this building will contain restaurant space, 200 jewelry-makers, the film programs of Johns Hopkins University and Maryland Institute College of Art, and The Center for Neighborhoods, a collaborative work space for nonprofits that serve Baltimore neighborhoods.
10 E. North Avenue Gets $3 million Tax Credits
Jubilee’s project, the Centre Theatre (10 E. North Avenue) won an award of $3 million in State Historic Tax Credits. Our project needed the full $3 million award, and the State had only $6.5 million to divide between the 23 counties and Baltimore City.
How Government Funding Impacts Community Development
The Baltimore Sun wrote an article about the importance of government funding on community development. The article references Jubilee’s City Arts project which utilized Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
From the Ruins, a Future Star
Jubilee Baltimore's project, 10 E. North Avenue, was featured on the front page of The Baltimore Sun.
Jubilee Baltimore Buys Largest Vacant Building in Station North
Station North is on the move, and Jubilee is now launching the next great Station North project.
Bank of America Video Features City Arts
A recent video by Bank of America documents how City Arts is transforming the Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
Jubilee's Charlie Duff is Interviewed on WYPR's Maryland Morning
In August, Jubilee's President, Charlie Duff, was featured on WYPR's Maryland Morning. Charlie discusses Jubilee's City Arts project which provides affordable housing for artists in Baltimore's Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
City Arts Resident Highlighted in The Urbanite
City Arts resident Savanna Leigh was highlighted in a recent issue of The Urbanite. Savanna talks about the importance of the supportive creative environment at City Arts Apartments.
Jubilee Baltimore Awarded $213,000 for Central West Baltimore Planning Effort
Jubilee Baltimore was awarded a grant of $213,000 for a major planning initiative in Central West Baltimore. U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Regional Administrator Jane C.W. Vincent, Assistant Secretary Sandra Henriquez and Deputy Assistant Secretary Carol Galante joined U.S. Senator Ben Cardin and U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings to announce the grant award.
City Arts Featured in The Urbanite “Artists in Residence, City Arts Apartments Rise in Station North”
A recent article in The Urbanite, “Artists in Residence, City Arts Apartments Rise in Station North” features City Arts. Jubilee Baltimore is partnered with TRF Development Partners Baltimore and Homes for America to develop this project.
Central Baltimore Projects Receive $330,000 Through the Community Legacy Grant Program
Jubilee Baltimore managed the Community Legacy application process for members of the Central Baltimore Partnership, delivering a total of $330,000 in grants.
City Arts Showcased by HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan
City Arts was delighted to host HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan at our project site at 440 East Oliver Street as part of a HUD press event on the impact of the 2009 Recovery Act. Secretary Donovan used City Arts to highlight how Recovery Act dollars are creating jobs and revitalizing the economy.
City Arts Receives National Attention
CNN recently aired a story about City Arts, including an interview with Jubilee Baltimore's President, Charles Duff.