Port Covington developers announce $2.5 million in grants to South Baltimore community groups
Developers of the Port Covington waterfront community in South Baltimore have distributed $2.5 million in grants and other funds to help revitalize neighborhoods near the site where offices, shops and apartments are under construction. The distribution over the past year was announced Thursday morning and marks the latest round of investments through a Community Benefits Agreement between the developers and neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Curtis Bay, Lakeland, Mount Winans and Westport. The funds are designed to boost economic development, education, and transportation.
Source: The Baltimore Sun