In the late spring of 2015 Episcopal Housing Corporation joined with St. Francis Neighborhood Center to ultimately renovate and expand their offices and program spaces at 2405 Linden Avenue. St. Francis has been making a difference in the Reservoir Hill area of Baltimore City since 1963 and has been in need of more space for some time. Housed in the historically significant boyhood home of clothier JoS. A. Bank, the intention is to restore the house as nearly as possible to its former grandeur while, at the same time, upgrading systems and making the spaces more functional for it’s current use. As part of the expansion, an addition will be constructed at the rear of the house. When finished, the house will be used primarily for administrative offices and small programs and the addition will house larger classrooms, studios and program areas. Design for the renovation is proceeding apace as is the acquisition of funding for the $3M project. Construction is slated to begin in early 2017
Owner | St. Francis Neighborhood Center
Architect | RM Sovich Architecture Inc.
Contractor | Southway Builders, Inc.