ULI – Baltimore – presents
“Content before Cocktails”
November 18, 2021
Join ULI Baltimore as we learn about and tour the renovation and adaptive reuse of 21 E. North Avenue in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
Built in 1909, the building initially functioned as an automobile showroom and dance academy. The first floor housed a Buick and Marquette dealership while the second floor was home to Dr. Albert V. Tuttle’s Dancing Academy. After 1950, the building became a series of nightclubs. It was most recently known as Odell’s, which became popular during the height of the disco era and closed in 1992. The building has remained vacant since.
Once renovated, the new space will house a youth arts center alongside offices for two nonprofits, Young Audiences of Maryland and Code in the Schools. Young Audiences is the most far-reaching arts and education nonprofit in Maryland, partnering with hundreds of schools and community organizations through every MD school district providing discovery, inspiration, and hands-on learning through the arts. While Code in the Schools empowers Baltimore City youth to thrive in today’s economy by expanding access to quality computer science education and building pathways from school to jobs and higher education.
The 112-year-old Tutor-style building is being renovated by developers Jubilee Baltimore and Property Consulting, Inc. The project is designed by Quinn Evans Architects and Ziger Snead Architects and renovated by Southway Builders.
Come join ULI and be among the first to tour this new development.
Speakers: Charlie Duff, Jubilee Baltimore
Sam Polakoff, Property Consulting, Inc.
Young Audiences of Maryland
Code in the Schools
Date: Thursday, November 18, 2021
Location: 21 E. North Avenue
Parking: On-Street parking
Registration/Networking: 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Content/Presentation/Tour: 6:00pm – 6:45pm
Cocktails/ Networking: 6:45pm – 8:00pm
Cocktails to follow (cash bar) : TBD
Members – Free