Proposals sought to rehab downtown Baltimore building

March 09, 2010

Now that Health Care for the Homeless has moved to a new headquarters on the east side of downtown Baltimore, the Baltimore Development Corp. is helping the agency sell its former location on the west side. The quasi-public development corporation announced Monday that it has set June 7 as the deadline for proposals from developers interested in redeveloping the former Health Care for the Homeless building at 111 Park Ave. The development agency also is seeking proposals for five city-owned properties on the same block: 142 and 144 W. Fayette St. and 102, 104 and 106 N. Liberty St. It intends to award all six properties to one team as one parcel for a mixed-use development, which could include housing, offices, retail space or a hotel. Health Care for the Homeless is seeking a minimum offer of $1 million for its four-story-plus-basement Park Avenue property. - Edward Gunts

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