EBDI open house
East Baltimore Development Inc., which manages the redevelopment, is holding the event from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., kicking off with a ribbon-cutting at 1714 East Chase Street.
There's a model home to see that's a "greenhab," part of a rehab project that's taking approximately 120-year-old rowhomes and greening them up with elements like reflective roofs and tankless hot water heaters. Also part of the open house: The Townes at Eager (two- and three-bedroom townhomes with garages, priced in the "mid to high twos"), Chapel Green Apartments & Townhomes and two residential complexes that opened in 2007.
EBDI expects that Johns Hopkins employees will be interested. People who lived in the area before the redevelopment -- which scattered residents to other neighborhoods via eminent domain, some very unhappily -- might be too. Time will tell.