What is Waverly Main Street?
Waverly Main Street, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and one of 9 designated Main Streets here in Baltimore.
The Waverly Main Street mission is to expand growth of the Waverly Commercial District through:
– Revitalization and economic development
– Commercial building and streetscape improvements
– Promotions and entrepreneurial development
We partner with district businesses, local residents, non-profits, and other nearby interests to solidify and further enhance the diversity and historic character of Waverly.
In 2013, Waverly Main Street released a comprehensive Master Plan for the district. Click HERE to Download the Master Plan.
Waverly Main Street plays an important role in strengthening our neighborhoods by applying the Main Street approach to promote economic development and community revitalization. The volunteer-driven program is facilitated with assistance from Baltimore Development Corporation in efforts to improve safety, sanitation and code enforcement, as well as funding and design services for building renovations in Waverly’s commercial district.
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Where is Waverly Main Street?
Waverly Main Street is the historic shopping district located in the center of Waverly Village. Waverly Main Street was designated in 2013 as a National Historic District. Located on Greenmount Avenue from E. 29th Street to E. 35th Street, the district has over 100 shops, services and restaurants. It is surrounded by the residential communities: Better Waverly, Waverly, Abell, Charles Village, and Oakenshawe. Visit the Waverly Historic Marker located on the median along 33rd Street west of Greenmount. Stop by the Waverly Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library to pick up a copy of the self-guided historic walking tour of the commercial corridor, “Village life goes on along the Old York Road”.