Public Housing

Baltimore housing authority selects Harbor Point developer for Perkins Homes overhaul

Baltimore housing authority selects Harbor Point developer for Perkins Homes overhaul

The sprawling and aged Perkins Homes public housing complex will be redeveloped under a preliminary agreement with a team led by the company behind Harbor Point, giving the developer control of much of the land in Southeast Baltimore between Old Town Mall and its $1 billion waterfront project.

Housing Authority of Baltimore City selected Beatty Development Group and its partners to replace the 75-year-old complex with “high quality housing for people from all income levels.” Officials did not release details about the project, saying they must still negotiate with the developers.

The complex, home to roughly 1,400 people in about 630 apartments, sits on 17 acres of prime real...

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