The mission of the Central Baltimore Partnership (founded in 2006) is to galvanize the renaissance of Central Baltimore. We pursue this mission with more than 100 partners, including: nonprofits (ranging from small neighborhood associations to large universities and hospitals), businesses (of all sizes), and government agencies active in the eleven neighborhoods of Central Baltimore. This area comprises: Abell, Barclay, Charles North, Charles Village, Greenmount West, Harwood, Oakenshawe, Old Goucher, East Baltimore Midway, Remington, Wyman Park, and Waverly Main Street (a commercial district participating in the official Baltimore City Main Street Program). Central Baltimore also includes a State designated Arts and Entertainment District, the Station North Arts District — it runs from 2oth Street to our southern border and includes part of Barclay and all of Charles North and Greenmount West.
Our offices are located in The Center for Neighborhoods in back of The Centre (Theater) conveniently located in the Station North Arts District.
Philosophy, Structure & Actions
We are committed to ensuring that the benefits of our work extend to the entire community, especially our most underserved residents.
We are governed by a Steering Committee fully reflecting the diversity of Central Baltimore and our Partners.
Our work includes: increasing access to health care, aid for community centers and youth service providers, transforming blight into community green spaces, helping local businesses and coordinating community participation in major projects, such as Penn Station redevelopment.