February 13, 2024

The Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation
Hearing Agenda

February 13, 2024

The February 13, 2024 CHAP Hearing will be held in the Phoebe Stanton Boardroom at 417 East Fayette Street, 8th Floor.

CHAP encourages the submission of written testimony before the hearing; testimony should be sent to eric.holcomb@baltimorecity.gov by 5 p.m. on February 12th so it can be incorporated into the staff report and distributed to the Commission before the hearing. There will also be an opportunity to provide testimony in person during the hearing.

If you require special accommodations to participate in the public hearing, please contact Eric Holcomb at eric.holcomb@baltimorecity.gov at least five business days before the hearing. 

12:00 PM   Briefing Session*

  • Overview of February Agenda Items
  • CHAP 60th Anniversary (1964-2024)
  • Tribute to Dr. Ed Orser
  • Conservation Districts

1:00 PM   Public Hearing

  • Approval of January Meeting Minutes
  • Approval of Final Agenda – February 13, 2024


City Council Bill #23-0447/ Landmark List: Exteriors – 3110 Elm Avenue
Request: Update proposed name for Baltimore City Landmark designation
Applicant: CHAP Staff
Staff: Lauren Schiszik


1001 Hollins Street (Union Square Historic District)
Request: Construct rooftop deck and doghouse
Applicant: Tamara Hicks & Nelson Calderon
Staff: Tyriq Charleus

517 S. Wolfe Street (Fells Point Historic District)
Request: Construct new rear accessory building
Owner: Mary Bickford
Applicant: Jim Shetler
Staff: Eddie Leon

1:45 PM**

21-23 S. Carey Street (Union Square Historic District)
Request: Demolition Hearing I: Determination of Architectural Significance
Applicant: Ernst Valery
Staff: Tyriq Charleus

*Please note that part of the briefing session may be closed, as per provisions of the Open Meetings Act.
**Agenda items will be heard in the order listed. All times are approximate and may start before the posted time.