It is fitting that Union Mill—one of the great stone mills from which commerce and communities sprung at the end of the nineteenth century—be reborn into a center that attracts individuals and organizations that work to strengthen those communities today.
Preserving history. And making our own.
Erected in 1866, Union Mill was once the largest producer of cotton duck in the world, and represents a significant era in Baltimore’s industrial history. After decades of reincarnations and neglect, the beautiful Italianate style building has been historically redeveloped under the latest green design and building methods. Transformed into elegant, affordable living and commercial space, this innovative project provides a vibrant, supportive environment where our educators and nonprofits can collaborate and thrive.
Residences at Union Mill
Union Mill features 56 exceptional one and two bedroom apartment units discounted for teachers in Baltimore.Learn more »
A Nonprofit Community
Over 25,000 square feet of office space for nonprofit organizations underpinning Baltimore’s education, human service and health needs.
An Urban Oasis at Home
A massive center courtyard serves as an urban oasis and green space where ideas will be shared and collaboration takes place.
A Vibrant Neighborhood
In the heart of a revitalized neighborhood and sophisticated historic mill town, residents are just minutes from the heart of Baltimore and its many venues.