City seeks tenant for landmark President Street Station

Baltimore is set to designate President Street Station, an 1850s train depot with chapters in the histories of both the Underground Railroad and the Civil War, as a city landmark. But the city’s plan to also seek a long-term tenant to revitalize the vacant building has a group of history buffs fearful that the building’s past will get swallowed up in any future use.

This summer, the Planning Department expects to issue a request for proposals on how to reuse what is believed to be the oldest surviving urban train station in the country.

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