In a city of firsts, Mount Vernon continues to lead the way in the arts, architecture, cultural events, and quality of life. It is no wonder why the titans of the 19th & 20th centuries called Mount Vernon home.
Live. Work. Eat. Drink. Shop. Make History.
Full of history that helped shape America, Mount Vernon is one of the most influential neighborhoods of the 19th and 20th centuries. Just look around. The buildings, institutions, museums, and cultural amenities prove why Mount Vernon is the center of culture in Baltimore. Through CHAP, MVBA works hard to keep the historic fabric of the neighborhood intact while ensuring a long lasting future for generations yet to come.
As Mount Vernon continues to grow, MVBA works hard to keep pace with demands of modern conveniences while maintaining a delicate blend of preservation of historic architecture and proactively looking forward at the larger needs and desires of the neighborhood for the next 100 years.
MVBA plays an active roll in maintaining the many services that residents and businesses of Mount Vernon rely upon. Volunteer committees maintain our neighborhood children's park and dog park, lead greening and safety initiatives, creates festivals and special events, grow the general membership, and build a stronger business community. Wish to get involved and to become an active part in making Mount Vernon the best version of itself? Let us know.
Whether visiting for a day or living here for 20 years, Mount Vernon is one of the most livable neighborhoods in Baltimore City. MVBA is proud to partner with the many institutions, churches, businesses, residents, and neighboring communities to help make Mount Vernon one of the most beautiful, walkable, safest, cleanest, and exciting areas to experience and savor in all of Baltimore.
baltimoresun.com BY Mary Carole McCauley | Contact Reporter | JUNE 15, 2018 — The 19th-century mansion at 1 W. Mount Vernon Place that is part of the Walters Art Museum resembles a giant white wedding cake. The
Baltimore’s historic district promises the city a brighter future American Way | American Airlines WRITTEN BY: Julekha Dash | PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Scott Suchman | JUNE 2018 — It’s mid-afternoon on a Monday, normally a slow time for restaurants,
baltimorepostexaminer.com BY EDDIE APPLEFELD | JUNE 5, 2018 — There’s a new hotel in downtown Baltimore, 101 West Monument Street to be exact, that opened May 3. It’s the Hotel Revival, owned by Two Roads Hospitality, with other locations close by,
baltimoresun.com BY Jacques Kelly | Contact Reporter | JUNE 2, 2018 — In my years of passing it daily, I’ve watched Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station grow and mature into a thriving commuter destination, where thousands come and go to jobs
baltimoresun.com BY Mary Carole McCauley | Contact Reporter | JUNE 1, 2018 — For the second time in five years, Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse is moving to a new location that will allow the worker-owned cooperative venue to expand.
baltimorepostexaminer.com BYTim Smith | Contact Reporter | MAY 24, 2018 — Hotel Revival lives up to its name. When the former hostelry in this 89-year-old building on Mount Vernon Place closed in 2016, Joie de Vivre, a San Francisco-based
nytimes.com BY Miranda S. Spivack | MAY 15, 2018 — BALTIMORE — The Mount Vernon neighborhood of this city was for many years a haven for prostitutes and crack dens. But its residents, intent on fending
Maryland’s largest city is becoming one of the USA’s top culinary destinations. With an array of global flavors and local produce, it's easy to see why baltimorepostexaminer.com BY Sarah Gordon | MAY 11, 2018 — Known as
wypr.org BYAARON HENKIN, WENDEL PATRICK & KATIE MARQUETTE | MAY 7, 2018 — The owner of a falafel stand gives a lesson in gratitude, a minimalist overcomes cerebral palsy by sheer force of will, a female boss takes the helm
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