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Whitehall Mill

3300 Clipper Mill Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211 (Woodberry/Hampden)

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Construction Date:1870
Architect:Alexander Design Studio (2016)
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Limited Hours: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Whitehall Mill is one of a collection of historic textile mills located along the Jones Falls. It was originally the site of a late-18th century flour mill. In 1839, industrialists purchased it and converted it to a textile mill for weaving cotton duck, a tightly woven canvas used to make ship sails. Over the years, the mill was expanded, burned, rebuilt, renamed, and converted to a number of different commercial uses. After burning in the 1850s, the mill was rebuilt and expanded over the following three decades as business continued to grow. Textile operations ceased in 1925. Throughout the rest of the century, the building was used by Purity Paper Vessels, the Army Quartermaster’s Office, the I. Sekine Brush Company, Penguin Books, and Komar Industries.

The mill was renovated into a mixed use development featuring a restaurant, market, apartments and office space, including the landscape architecture firm Mahan Rykiel Associates.

  • Accessibility: Accessible
  • Parking: Free Parking
  • Photography: Permitted
  • Hours: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM