How Baltimore Is Deconstructing Itself—With Local Nonprofit Help
APRIL 5, 2019
But in Baltimore, a successful anti-blight initiative is helping to highlight how nonprofits can help solve this problem. In other words, Baltimore’s discarded row houses are being reclaimed—especially their wood and bricks, which can be reused in modern-day construction projects. Still, it’s not an easy process to start up, and its challenges have created problems for cities that have hoped to follow in Baltimore’s footsteps, such as Milwaukee.