Here’s a glimpse of a $20M investment in Coppin Heights — the first there in decades

The first new development in Coppin Heights in decades was unveiled before the city design panel Thursday.

The Walbrook Mill project will sit on a total of five acres of urban land now dotted partially with decrepit and blighted buildings. Phase 2 of the project will be located at the vacant site of the former Walbrook Lumber yard that closed in 2009 in the 2600 block of North Ave.

It is part of a massive plan to redevelop North Avenue, one of the city’s most traveled, yet blighted, corridors that…



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