Consultant Sought for Sandtown-Winchester Harlem Park Master Plan

The Sandtown-Winchester Harlem Park Master Plan Collective is seeking proposals for consultant services associated with the creation of a Master Plan for the Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park neighborhoods in Baltimore, MD.

The Sandtown-Winchester Harlem Park Master Plan Collective was formed by several community organizations uniting for the common cause of community revitalization. The collective seeks to create a Master Plan that will document the community’s vision for its future. Through the creation of a Master Plan the collective seeks to facilitate and coordinate necessary neighborhood investment and to improve the community conditions surrounding health, safety, housing, transportation, economic opportunity and education. 

More information on this website and Request for Proposals can be found here. 

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