Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Avenue now a state-designated black arts and entertainment district

by Jul 5, 2019Blog0 comments

If you have an economic, familial, and/or cultural interest in Baltimore, below is some major news about west Baltimore that may be of particular interest to you:

Maryland Designates “Pennsylvania Avenue Black Arts & Entertainment District” in West Baltimorehttps://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2019/07/02/pennsylvania-avenue-black-arts-entertainment-district-in-west-baltimore/
Here’s the official announcement from the State of Maryland:http://commerce.maryland.gov/media/maryland-designates-two-new-arts-and-entertainment-districts?fbclid=IwAR0h-iBcfcEQxxbCmIYYCBHJQcWOKNwFj2EkMOCfsSN9jgVS_Rru5qrN-w4

To better understand the potentially transformative impact of such a district to West Baltimore, I’ll leave you some examples from the DMV and Baltimore City to consider:
DMVGateway Arts District: http://mygatewayarts.org/Silver Spring Arts District: https://www.silverspringdowntown.com/arts-district
U Street, NW DC Corridor: https://washington.org/dc-neighborhoods/u-street

BALTIMOREStation North Arts & Entertainment District: http://www.stationnorth.org/
Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District: https://www.bromodistrict.org/