Since 2006, more than 600 houses and apartments have been built around Eager Park. The neighborhood now offers housing in a whole range of affordability from new and restored townhomes to mid-rise and high-rise apartment buildings.
Around Eager Park, seniors, families and students live side by side. Designed with input from residents, the apartments at Chapel Green blend the historic townhomes of old East Baltimore with new construction. Meanwhile, at 929 N. Wolfe Street, a new high-rise with spectacular downtown views, graduate students from Johns Hopkins will find campus only a short walk away.
2015 will bring more new and renovated townhomes, 150 new apartments and beautifully landscaped public areas to complement the current around-the-clock security and enhanced street lighting. Local residents can expect to benefit from significant tax credits, while Johns Hopkins faculty and staff may be eligible for cash incentives under the university’s Live Near Your Work program. And with everyday chores taken care of – like shoveling snow from the sidewalk – it will be even easier to enjoy everything the neighborhood has to offer.