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Victory for Poppleton: The Eaddys can stay, the Sarah Ann houses will be saved and rehabbed by BWBB
A long-running Baltimore saga takes an upbeat turn as the Scott administration makes a deal with a developer to prevent demolition and displacement in this historic Black neighborhood
BY FERN SHEN

excerpt from Baltimore Brew article

…And the 1100 block of Sarah Ann Street – the row of rainbow-colored alley houses the city acquired for the La Cité project – will instead go to Black Women Build Baltimore (BWBB).
The nonprofit is to rehab the 11 historic rowhouses, which residents and preservationists feared would be demolished, and sell them at an affordable price, giving former tenants the right of first refusal.
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