October 11

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The October 11, 2022 CHAP Hearing will be held in the Phoebe Stanton Boardroom at 417 East Fayette Street, 8th Floor.

CHAP encourages the submission of written testimony prior to the  hearing; testimony should be sent to stacy.montgomery@baltimorecity.gov by 5 pm on October 10th so it can be incorporated into the staff report and distributed to the Commission prior to the hearing. There will also be an opportunity to provide testimony in person during the hearing. 


12:00 PM  Briefing Session

  • Overview of October 11, 2022 Agenda Items
  • Overview of Architectural Review Committees (ARCs)

 

1:00 PM   Public Hearing

     Minutes – September 13, 2022

 

CONSENT AGENDA 

City Council Bills – Urban Renewal Amendments

2022-0279 Urban Renewal – Coldstream Homestead Montebello - Amendment

2022-0280 Urban Renewal – Johnston Square - Amendment

2022-0281 Urban Renewal – Middle East - Amendment

2022-0282 Urban Renewal – Oliver - Amendment

Request: Review and Respond

Applicant: City Council President

Staff: Stacy Montgomery 

 

City Council Bill #22-0277 – Landmark List – Reed Calloway House

Request: Designate as a Baltimore City Landmark

Applicant: Councilmember Torrence

Staff: Lauren Schiszik

 

City Council Bill #22-0284 - Sarah Ann Street Local Historic District

Request: Designate as a Baltimore City Historic District

Applicant: Councilmember Bullock

Staff: Stacy Montgomery

 

4604 Liberty Heights Avenue - Ambassador Theater National Register Designation

Request: Certified Local Government Review of National Register Nomination

Applicant: The Maryland Historical Trust

Staff: Eddie Leon

 

1434 West Baltimore Street (Union Square Historic District)

Request: Concept Review – Construct 3-story rear addition

Applicant: Maacs Properties

Staff: Tyriq Charleus

  

REGULAR AGENDA 

1:05 PM

City Council Bill #22-0263 – Landmark List – Harlem Theater

Request: Designation as a Baltimore City Landmark

Applicant: Councilmember John Bullock

Staff: Lauren Schiszik

 

City Council Bill #22-0264 – Landmark List – Canton Railroad Transfer Bridge

Request: Designation as a Baltimore City Landmark

Applicant: Councilmember Zeke Cohen

Staff: Lauren Schiszik

 

City Council Bill #22-0265 – Landmark List – 3818 Roland Avenue

Request: Designation as a Baltimore City Landmark

Applicant: Councilmember Odette Ramos

Staff: Stacy Montgomery

 

2:00 PM

3603 Sequoia Avenue (Ashburton Historic District)*

Proposal: Final Review – Construct two-story single-family house

Applicant: Isak Bakaev

Staff: Eddie Leon

 

 3605 Sequoia Avenue (Ashburton Historic District)*

Proposal: Final Review – Construct two-story single-family house

Applicant: Isak Bakaev

Staff: Eddie Leon

 

414 Wilson Street (Upton’s Marble Hill Historic District)

Request: Construct Two-Story Building

Applicant: Demolition Man Contracting, Inc. (Contractor), V'Chells Homes of Pearl, LLC - Tyrone Davis (owner), Pratful Patel (Engineer)

Staff: Eddie Leon

 

*These items will be heard together.