The gothic Victorian American Brewery building in East Baltimore was abandoned for more than three decades before being reborn as the offices of a non-profit organization, Humanim.Continue reading "Factory Transformed From “Haunted Castle” to Beacon of Baltimore’s Rebirth"
When Jenn and Brad Clayton started to look at ways to demolish their recently purchased house on Winding River Circle, they knew they wanted to do something that would benefit others without impacting the environment.Continue reading "Brick couple goes green with home demolition"
Humanim is pleased to present this series of podcasts as follow-up to the Social Enterprise World Forum held in Calgary, Canada in October 2013.Continue reading "Social Enterprise Podcast"
DETAILS, a division of Humanim, is creating an on ramp to the employment highway for those who would often remain indefinitely jobless.Continue reading "Details working with Kane Construction"
June 15th, dozens of people volunteered to help turn a vacant platt of land into a beautiful park for the the people of East Baltimore.Continue reading "Raise your hand if this is a good idea…"
Humanim, Beatty Development Group and Armada Hoffler Construction will host an information session focusing on construction and construction-related opportunities during the building of the new Exelon complex.Continue reading "Business Opportunities Coming to Baltimore"
Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake’s fourth ReStore location will open in Columbia, Maryland in Howard County on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 9 a.m. Stop by and check out the best prices
Builder Jeremy Teicher bought a century-old house in Englewood intending to replace it with a new home…Continue reading "Dismantling homes gives materials a second life"
Work has begun and progress is already starting to be seen—this will be a very nice addition to our community!Continue reading "Broadway East Community Park"