Join us for the return of the
Federal Hill House Tour
Take a peek inside!
Saturday, November 1st
12pm until 5pm
See what's new with our local boutiques, galleries and shops
* Federal Hill Online Business Directory *
View the Federal Hill Demographic Study and Appendices
Check out the Federal Hill Video!
"Historically Hip" Blog
7th Annual Fest-Of-All!
Comfort Food At Grilled Cheese & Company
Local Businesses Give Back
Ace Blood Drive & Sidewalk Sale
Federal Hill Holiday Festivities
Cheese Galore & More Recipe Contest
Fun for All! SoBo Halloween Bash
SoBo Cafe Gives Back to BMore
Welcome Funk Salon!
Andrea Sommer: New FHMS Director
Midnite Confections' Cupcake Truck
Ace Hardware: "Made in MD"
Tech Center Summer Camp
New Yoga Option in FedHill
Book Escape Contest
Vanessa's Vintage moves
New business: Buyer's Edge
Demographic Study Available
Parking Panda app
Congrats to RedOwl Analytics
Street Beat Festival: Sept. 8
JCC Charm City Tribe
Family Friendly Shopping
Welcome Petra Cafe
Kudos for 1111 Light Street
Sonny Morstein thanked
New banners for Federal Hill
One Piece Initiative
Federal Hill Thinking Green
New Main Street Board
Fest-of-All a success!
Miss Maryland at Fest-of-All
Fest-of-All: Signature Drink
Mark Cottman: This is Baltimore
For more information:
| Join us on the 3rd Thursday of every month, 6-8 pm
Federal Hill Third Thursdays
Galleries, shops & boutiques: Specials, refreshments, fun!
Great community cookbook featuring 208 recipes from local chefs, residents, and business owners. Appetizers, Main Dishes, Breakfast, Desserts, "Kids in the Kitchen," and more. Original photos and drawings.
Available at Federal Hill Main Street, 42 East Cross Street (Monday-Friday)
Help support our nonprofit community revitalization efforts with a $5 donation.
Get involved in Federal Hill Main Street
and make a difference in the neighborhood!
Join the many committed business owners and residents who share the desire to continue to improve the neighborhood. Join Federal Hill Main Street to help revitalize our business district in ways that honor the architecture and character of the neighborhood, while keeping the small businesses thriving and serving the needs of the people who live here.
Join Federal Hill Main Street today by completing our online Membership Form!
Did you know you can Adopt-A-Pot and help beautify our historic business district? Thanks to a project coordinated by dedicated Main Street volunteers, flowers and greenery are sprucing up our streets. To learn more about sponsoring a pot, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Main Street office at 410-727-4500.
Federal Hill Main Street, Inc., an IRS Code 501(c)(3) nonprofit Maryland corporation, is one of the seven nonprofit urban revitalization programs created in Baltimore City in October of 2000. Modeled after the National Main Street program, (created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1977), Federal Hill Main Street's purpose is to revitalize this urban business community in ways that will meet the needs of the community and support the small businesses while preserving the neighborhoodâ€™s unique and historic character. It is a comprehensive, common-sense process that deals with problems and takes advantage of opportunities to stimulate and maintain economic development.