September 14, 2021

IMPORTANT UPDATE: As the City is responding to the current COVID-19 health crisis, it is important to keep members of the public, the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP), and staff as safe as possible. For that reason, CHAP will conduct this meeting as a remote video conference meeting through WebEx. 

A recording of this hearing can be found here: 

September 2021 Meeting Minutes

Briefing Session

12:30 PM

Chairman’s Report, Committee Reports, Staff Reports


Public Hearing

1:00 PM

Minutes – August 10, 2021




502 Cathedral Street, New Psalmist Baptist Church Rectory (Baltimore City Landmark) 

Proposal: Construct a banded dormer on fourth floor rear elevation 

Applicant: Martin Marren, Marren Architects  

Staff: Lauren Schiszik 



 1:05 PM   


104-110 East Madison Street (Mount Vernon Historic District) 

Proposal: Concept Review – Construct three-story rear addition 

Applicant: The Loyola School 

Staff: Caitlin Audette 


517 South Broadway (Fells Point Historic District) 

Proposal: Concept Review – Construct five-story building 

Applicant: William Rueter 

Staff:  Caitlin Audette 


4 East Eager Street (Mount Vernon Historic District)

Proposal: Demolition Hearing I - Determination of Architectural Significance

Applicant: SM+P Architects

Staff:  Eric Holcomb


506 North Howard Street, The Mayfair Theater, and 300-304 North Howard Street, the Franklin-Delphey Hotel site (Baltimore City Landmarks)

Proposal: Construct 6-story building behind the façade of the Mayfair Theater, rehabilitate façade of theater, and construct six story building on site of the former Franklin-Delphey Hotel

Applicant: Aaron Zephir, Moseley Architects  

Staff: Lauren Schiszik 

Please note that part of the meeting for the briefing session may be closed, as per provisions of the Open Meetings Act.

If you require special accommodations to participate in the public hearing, please contact Eric.Holcomb ( at least 5 business days prior to the hearing.