3409 and 3407 Reisterstown Road

Property Address:  3409 and 3407 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21215

Property Owner:  Community Solutions, LLC, 9921 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

Resident Agent for Community Solutions, LLC:  Quikeef Simmons, 1 Randall Avenue, Suite 201B, Pikesville, MD 21208

City Council District and Contact:  District 6, Sharon Green Middleton

State Senator:  Catherine Pugh

State Delegates:  Barbara RobinsonShawn TarrantFrank Conaway, Jr.

3409 and 3407 Reisterstown Road

3409 and 3407 Reisterstown Road

 

4 comments

  1. Shelly Bean

    Love this website and the things its promoting. Just a heads up on these particular properties. They were acquired from the city as part of a community development project. Check out the work Community Solutions has already done on the 3600 Block of Reisterstown road as well as the vision for the Lower Park Heights community that we are striving for.

    • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

      I’m confused. These homes were purchased from the City four years ago. There’s no reason for them to look this way now — what kind of “community development” project leaves homes to rot for four years??

      • Shelly Bean

        Well with anything in this world it takes money to do what needs to be done and as you may know the market was in a slump 4 years ago. The 20 other houses that we developed in the Park Heights community sold with the exception of a few. The way the system works is the proceeds from one home sale allows you to continue what you are doing in the next house. So when there was a buyer under contract and the bank said to them, oh you had a repossession some years back so we wont approve you for this loan, that plan kind of got derailed. Investors look at that as a bad sign and decide to take their money elsewhere. But I am happy to say that since joining the team things are moving forward and the plan is to continue what we have been doing and intend to do.

      • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

        Are the windows on the one home still open? Plywood is cheap. A developer’s slump shouldn’t be the residents’ problem. Nobody deserves to look at that mess, and it shouldn’t take four years to secure a home. I’m not asking for miracles, I’m asking for people to be responsible.

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