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About the Plan


West North Avenue Development Authority: Comprehensive Revitalization Plan 

The Maryland General Assembly established the West North Avenue Development Authority (WNADA), on October 1, 2021, to create a comprehensive plan for housing, economic, transportation, and neighborhood development along West North Avenue between 600 - 3200 Block, defined as the Target Area, and 250 yards surrounding the Target Area, defined as the Buffer Zone.

This plan seeks to advance restorative justice and community development by promoting context-sensitive strategies that enhance housing, public space, mobility, and economic opportunity for West North Avenue.

WNADA has pinpointed six zones for renovation:

  • The 2700 and 2900 block of West North Avenue — which has two blocks of abandoned single family row houses — will turn into mixed-use with opportunities for homeownership and retail space 

  • The Walbrook Mill lumber yard will transform into offices and Open Works 

  • New homes for purchase will be built for Coppin’s students, staff and faculty three blocks from the Science and Technology building

  • E.M.A.G.E Center for youth development — will expand.

  • A restaurant corridor — for more dining options — at the corner of West North Avenue & McAllen 

  • Market rate housing on the 600 block of West North Avenue near the Madison Park project

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