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Reuse / Rebuild

Just because a space has been abandoned does not mean it is no longer useful. Entrepreneurs, artists, city officials, activists and neighbors, with the right amount of ambition and innovation, can take vacant spaces and turn them into opportunities. By transforming what we already have into sustainable properties, we revitalize neighborhoods and stimulate local economies.

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Here's a look at the top BmoreMedia stories of 2013


Nonprofit seeks to preserve Baltimore's heritage

Neighborhoods are shaped by a lot of small acts and committed individuals. It is this philosophy that has guided its mission to help developers and community groups preserve historic commercial and residential buildings. 

Can the redevelopment of a former pumping station boost Baltimore's food economy?

Three vacant buildings in East Baltimore will be the home of a new incubator and commercial kitchen where budding food entrepreneurs can hone their skills. Bill Struever, Spike Gjerde and others talk about what's cooking at the Baltimore Food Hub. 

Developers find new uses for sacred spaces

Baltimore is dotted with beautiful, old churches. But not all are used to hold Sunday service. Many have been renovated on behalf of nonprofits and businesses that now use them to hold meetings and events.

Baltimore architects pick five buildings that inspire

Five local architects pick their favorite buildings in Baltimore, including structures in Mount Vernon, Mount Washington and the west side. Some are historic buildings while others are contemporary in design. 
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