25th Street Station PUD approved

The Baltimore City Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to approve the planned, Walmart-anchored 25th Street Station shopping center, according to an article in The Baltimore Sun. Read more here: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/north-baltimore/ph-ms-25th-street-station-1128-20131121,0,944916,full.story

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Spirit Magazine recognizes Remington!

Spirit, the in-flight magazine of Southwest Airlines, recently recognized Remington as a neighborhood to notice! “It’s said that neighborhoods are the soul of a city. These five are proving it with passion and imagination… Remington, Baltimore  Like a lot of gentrifying neighborhoods, Remington was once a working-class stronghold. But unlike many, the central Baltimore hub […]

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2700 Hampden Avenue gets a makeover

Hampden Avenue residents worked together last weekend to enhance curb appeal and strengthen the block where they live, with the help of the Greater Homewood Community Corp. and a $2,500 grant. See the full story here on Greater Homewood’s site:  

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Stony Run cleanup was a huge success!

Four neighborhood volunteers joined 19 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins University at the southern end of Stony Run in Remington. Together, they removed 36 bags of trash from the Stony Run stream valley, streets and surrounding park areas. Erin Goodloe, a Remington resident and member of Friends of Stony Run, led the cleanup effort.   […]

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GRIA wins 2nd in community cleanup

The Mayor’s Office today announced that the Greater Remington Improvement Association (GRIA) had received second place in the 2013 Clean Community Competition Members of the community throughout the neighborhood cleaned streets, alleys and vacant lots, and took “before and after” photos to show the improvement. GRIA board members Bill Cunningham and Ryan Flanigan took the […]

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New Walmart plans

Attached are the revised Walmart design plans for 25th Street Station. Please submit any comments via email to info@griaonline.org 25th Street Station October 10 UDARP Presentation

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Residents speak out at 25th Street Station meeting

Baltimore City Councilman Carl Stokes vowed Monday night to ensure that a Walmart store planned for the new 25th Street Station will be an attractive addition to the neighborhood, saying he would “proactively encourage” Walmart and developer WV Urban Developments to improve the project’s current design. The meeting, held at SS Philip & James on […]

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25th Street; comment on plans

You can view the proposed plans for the 25th Street Station via the attachments below. We have 30 days in which to submit comments; please email them to  info.gria@gmail.com. GRIA president Judith Kunst received the plans on Sept. 26 when Baltimore City’s Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel met. A community meeting will be held shortly;  the date is still under discussion. Sept 26 Images 25th St Station PUD 9-26-2013   […]

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Kathleen Ambrose discusses her Remington book

Sept 24 7 – 8pm Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus Remington resident Kathleen C. Ambrose will discuss her new book, Remington: The History of a Neighborhood.

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