Henderson Crossing

Development, Construction


East Baltimore Development Inc

CSP Role

Owner, Co-Developer, Construction


Michael Carnock


Apex Building Group; City Life Historic Properties

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Henderson Crossing is a for-sale housing redevelopment located within John’s Hopkins East Baltimore Development Initiative. (EBDI), a $1.8 billion life science and residential urban renewal project. Henderson Crossing consists of 53 vacant rowhouses and 10 vacant lots that have sat vacant for many years. EBDI issued a request for proposals seeking qualified development teams to transform these properties from a safety hazard to a lively mixed-income residential community.

Each property requires a gut rehabilitation while strategically committing to the preservation of its historic elements. Each home will include 2 – 4 bedrooms and 2.5 – 3.5 bathrooms with an option for a finished basement. All homes will include dedicated off-street parking. The open floor plan and commitment to environmentally sensitive upgrades aligns with current market trends providing a product that buyers want. Site work includes utility upgrades, alley widening, and landscape installation, all of which will make the neighborhood feel like a community. By removing the blighted properties and improving the streetscape, positive activity will be restored into the community.

Five (5) rowhomes will be set aside with a preference for families making at or below 80% of the Area Media Income (AMI) with prices starting under $300,000. Additionally, each of the condominiums will be priced at or below 80% AMI. Programming initiatives, including home ownership counseling, will ensure the families are prepared to be successful residents. Additionally, homeowners are eligible for a number of financial incentives including the Live Near York Work credit. The development team is committed to providing these units at an affordable price.

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In The News: Henderson Crossing

December 17, 2019

East Baltimore redevelopment to add 53 new homes

Baltimore Business Journal

December 18, 2019

Johns Hopkins among organizations, developers bringing new homes to East Baltimore

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