Tour of the Completed Hoen & Co. Lithograph Building

Meeting Place
2101 East Biddle Street, Baltimore, MD 21213
Starts

Sunday, October 3, 2021 1:00 pm

Ends

Sunday, October 3, 2021 3:00 pm

Tour Information

Tour Times

Tour 1: 1:00 – 2:30 pm

Tour 2: 1:30 – 3:00 pm

About the Event

Suggested Donation: $10

The 85,000 square foot historic Hoen & Co has been re-purposed as a lively mixed-use campus housing non-profits, social enterprises and researchers. The campus is marked by three historic structures (65,000 SF) and two warehouse/storage buildings (2,000 SF). The historic buildings feature open floor plans, exposing the unique architectural aesthetics of the historic structures. An internal courtyard, surrounded on three sides by beautiful historic facades, serves as a community events space and outdoor seating. Tenants enjoy a host of nearby amenities associated with the 88-acre, $1.8 billion EBDI district, located one block south of the Hoen campus. Baltimore City, Johns Hopkins Medical Campus, and the New Broadway East communities are committed to the revitalization of East Baltimore and the Hoen Lithograph Campus will be an iconic anchor for years to come.

Tenants Participating:

Stone Building:

Strong City Baltimore, a 50-year-old grassroots nonprofit that builds and strengthens neighborhoods and people. Strong City serves as the fiscal sponsor for more than 100 initiatives aligned with their charitable mission, with areas of focus including Neighborhoods, Education, Youth Development, and Social Innovation.

Morgan CARES: is a hub for community and academic leaders to connect and form long-lasting partnerships. We strive to foster strong community-campus relationships that produce collaborative projects to promote health parity. Morgan CARES deeply about integrating community needs and perspectives into all stages of research. By working together to increase understanding and awareness of health disparities, the knowledge gained will lead to solutions that positively benefit community residents. This process is what drives our work, and is known as Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR).

Center for Neighborhood Innovation (CNI): Hoen’s non-profit sponsors will team on a shared office innovation hub that will create a collaborative environment for social entrepreneurs, non-profits, research and funders focused on addressing the profound issues of distressed communities. This 20,000 square foot facility will include shared amenities and resources including a range of conference rooms and classrooms, small private offices and co-working space, a kitchen and social gathering space. CNI will offer a 1st class set of business services and space that will be affordable with 30-day flexible, full-service membership fees.

Cross Street Partners: is a vertically integrated real estate company exclusively focused on re-building communities by creating vibrant urban mixed-use neighborhoods built on a foundation of innovation and entrepreneurial activity. Cross Street believes developing at a neighborhood scale builds strong communities. Cross Street Partners specializes in adaptive reuse of historic properties, brownfield remediation, sustainable design and building practices, and transit-oriented development.

Ink Building:

OVFX is an multimedia animation studio in east Baltimore, that focuses on a variety of children’s entertainment. Our main franchise is Kulipari the army of frogs which currently has 2 seasons on Netflix. Although this our main franchise our company has expanded to other intellectual properties and partnered with other companies such as Sony and Nickelodeon.

Print Building:

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Construction Academy: a construction industry trade association that will bring their Construction Education Academy to the campus to address the huge shortages in the skilled building trades. ABC is consolidating and expanding all its apprenticeship programs that are currently scattered across Central Maryland outside of the City. With 25,000 SF, the Academy will be one of ABC’s largest training facilities in the country. The goal is to at least double the number of apprentices—currently numbered at 500.

In Response to COVID-19 we are:

Requiring Proof of Vaccination

Requiring Masks/Social Distancing

Read Our Full 2021 COVID-19 Event Policy Here.

If you register for this event and cannot make it, please either cancel your ticket on Eventbrite or email us. Tours have limited capacity and we want to make sure as many people as possible can enjoy this tour.