Tag: Baltimore Housing

Eugene Poverni – Business Leader, Father and Baltimore Native

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Eugene Poverni

Eugene Poverni, principal at Poverni Sheikh Group, is a local business leader, father and Baltimore native who works in the real estate industry. Involved with The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore – he chairs CHAI’s Real Estate Committee – Eugene works towards improving the lives of Baltimore families and seniors, especially as it relates to housing and home repair.

Watch: Two Buildings Demolished in South Baltimore

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Still via Gary Trakhman/YouTube

On Sunday afternoon, a crew of demolition workers took down a pair of condemned buildings on E. Fort Avenue in Riverside. The footage is pretty raw, and leaves some questions about the crew’s execution.

Baltimore Housing Brings Building Permit System Online with ePermits

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Historic row houses in East Baltimore, via Wikimedia Commons

This should be music to homeowners’ and contractors’ ears: Baltimore City’s permitting process has entered the 21st century.

State’s Attorney Drops Charges in Sex-for-Repairs Case

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Gilmor Homes

Accusations against two former city maintenance men charged in the sex-for-repairs case in the city’s public housing don’t look like they will be tried in court. When the trial dates arrived, the State’s Attorney’s office dropped charges on separate occasions.

Baltimore Rock Opera Society to Receive Permit to Re-Enter First Floor of Bell Foundry

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The Bell Foundry in 2013, by Tyler Merbler

After three months, at least one of the Bell Foundry’s tenants is being let back into the building to resume their work.

Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano to Resign

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After 16 years as head of Baltimore Housing, Paul Graziano is on his way out the door.

City Tears Down Nine Vacant Homes in Park Heights

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RIP Park Heights 4600 block. Courtesy Baltimore Housing/Twitter
RIP Park Heights 4600 block. Courtesy Baltimore Housing/Twitter

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake may be on her way out of office in six weeks, but she’s not going without first knocking down some more dilapidated homes.

Former Baltimore Housing Workers Face Criminal Charges in Sexploitation Case

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Gilmor Homes
Gilmor Homes

Two former maintenance workers accused in the sex-for-repairs scandal that engulfed Baltimore public housing are facing criminal charges.

$150K in Incentives at Buying Into Baltimore Homebuying Fair

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Thirty homebuyers will each cash in on a $5,000 incentive—a total of $150,000 for down payments and closing costs in Baltimore City—at Live Baltimore and Baltimore Housing’s Buying Into Baltimore Homebuying Fair on Saturday, May 14, starting at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and expanding across the city via tours.

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