Via McKnights As the World Series is getting underway you may not be aware that the new Green House homes in Baltimore have a special connection to both baseball and football! Read more about this special project and how the … Continue reading →
William H. Thomas, a Harvard-trained physician, award-winning social activist, visionary eldercare reformer, mixed-power farmer, musician, playwright and author, brings his vision for a new old age to Baltimore with a public reading of his new novel Tribes of Eden, hosted by GEDCO at Stadium Place Sept. 13 at 5:30 p.m.
The grand opening of The Green House Residences at Stadium Place in Baltimore yesterday was a thrilling experience for me on a very personal level.
It was celebrated in great style with homage to Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium, former home to the Colts and Orioles. Complete with hotdogs, peanuts and a stirring performance of the national anthem and “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” by Baltimore City College’s award-winning choir, followed by a ceremonial “first pitch” thrown by Mrs. Shirley Dickens, Stadium Place’s first official resident.
With a looming shortage in long-term care options in poor neighborhoods around the U.S., Baltimore is leading the way with the opening of The Green House® Residences at Stadium Place on April 19, 2012, which will provide the area’s low-income seniors with a radically different, skilled-nursing home on the site of the former Memorial Stadium.
In light of the final stretch of construction for The Green House® Residences at Stadium Place, The Baltimore Sun recently posted an article highlighting the unique community partnership that has contributed to the success of the first Green House homes … Continue reading →
Maryland’s first Green House Project residence is under construction at Stadium Place in Baltimore by Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation (GEDCO). If you missed yesterday’s post from the Green House Project Blog, there’s an excellent video featuring GEDCO and other great organizations in Baltimore supporting community-based revitalization. I’m lucky to live a few blocks away from […]