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The “Spruce-Up” grant program, which is managed by the Central Baltimore Partnership (CBP) engages local residents, businesses, artists and other stakeholders in order to improve the quality of life for residents of the Station North district. CBP is a coalition of neighborhood, private, public and institutional interests implementing a comprehensive community development strategy in the Central Baltimore area. The Greenmount West Facade Improvement Project.

The “Spruce-Up” grant program, which is managed by the Central Baltimore Partnership (CBP) engages local residents, businesses, artists and other stakeholders in order to improve the quality of life for residents of the Station North district. CBP is a coalition of neighborhood, private, public and institutional interests implementing a comprehensive community development strategy in the Central Baltimore area. The Greenmount West Facade Improvement Project.

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Spruce-Up grants help change the face of Station North Arts Community

Funding helps beautify seven high impact neighborhoods

The vacant space at the corner of Charles Street and North Avenue, which was formerly home to New York Fried Chicken, has been renovated into an office, gallery and performing arts space to serve The Station North Arts and Entertainment District office.