In the spring of 2001, Sidney Brower, Professor, Urban Studies and Planning Program, organized a seminar on waterfront development in Baltimore, Maryland. Topics included plans for the Port of Baltimore and the adaptive reuse of old industrial buildings. In addition, representatives of the residential, development, and business communities in Locust Point. discussion of the impact of waterfront development on adjacent communities including their own. It soon became clear that community residents would need additional information so that it may better understand and address the complex issues of change it currently faced.
The Spring, 2002 Community Planning Studio was designed to provide information and ideas that would assist the residents of Locust Point as it developed a long-range plan for the area. Through extensive field observations, as well as interviews with residents, Baltimore City personnel, and other key stakeholders the . This report is the outcome of that research, and includes the studio group's documentation, written material, photographs, and maps.
Studio Team Members
The studio group has made every attempt to present information that is as accurate as possible. Errors or omissions are the responsibility of the students. For questions or comments, or to purchase a copy of this report, please contact
Professor Sidney Brower
Urban Studies and Planning, School of Architecture, Room 1230
University of Maryland,
College Park, MD 20742-8225