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ABOUT UPTON

The Historic Upton Neighborhoods, comprised of six community associations, are an assembly of mixed-use historic neighborhoods just north of downtown Baltimore City. Upton is composed of single-family and multi-family homes in its residential areas as well as offices and businesses along the Pennsylvania Avenue corridor. Our neighborhood takes pride in its friendly atmosphere, its strong sense of community, and its place in Baltimore City’s history.

The historic Upton community is steeped in tradition. Once a thriving hub of African American culture and commerce and home to a flourishing middle class community, Upton has lost many of the places and people that made is sustainable.

We are striving to make the Upton of tomorrow a different place. The first step is to inspire ownership and pride in the community by renovating places of historical value.  Whether you live, work or play in Baltimore City, the Upton Neighborhoods offer a unique opportunity. From shopping to entertainment, Upton is a great neighborhood in Charm City and we invite you to visit us.

LATEST NEWS

Upton Home Ownership Developer Presentations

Please join us on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 from 2pm-4pm for a virtual presentation.  Developers who submitted proposals for 20 properties in the Upton community will be making presentations.  You will have the opportunity to attend the meeting online or via phone. Click Here to attend online To attend via [...]

July 8th, 2020|

Rental Assistance in Baltimore

The following third party organizations in Baltimore City are offering assistance with paying for housing, if needed, during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please feel free to share this resource with your networks: Franciscan Center: 410-467-5340 HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM): 410-649-0529 American Legion Department of MD State Headquarters: 410-752-1405, 800-433-3318 New Shiloh [...]

April 1st, 2020|

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We would like to offer our sincere condolences to our dear friend Frank Coakley. Rest in Peace good brother. ... See MoreSee Less
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Tomorrow, Sunday, February 28, 2021 @ 4PM (EST) on Afro-American Newspapers Facebook page, join us for clear and honest information on vaccines and words of encouragement and #support from faith leaders. Speaking up and out about COVID-19 and the #Impact that it's had on our community are Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Bishop W.S. Thomas, Senior Pastor at New Psalmist Baptist Church, David K. Wilson, President of Morgan State University, Dr. Karen Bethea, Kobi Little, Dr. Sherita Golden, Maria Harris Tildon from CareFirst CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield and many, many more.Special performances by Bebe Winans and The Community Concert Choir of Baltimore. This virtual town hall #discussion is one you do not want to miss. ... #baltimore #baltimoremaryland #baltimorecity #baltimorecounty #COVID19 #coronavirusupdate #coronavirus #vaccine #johnsonandjohnson #BlackHistoryMonth #maryland ... See MoreSee Less
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The Historic Upton Neighborhoods
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Did you get a chance to see this amzing online Art Exhibit? If not check it out at billieholidayfestival.com ... See MoreSee Less
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